Keep off from school land – DCI is told
Kirinyaga County Woman Rep Njeri Maina addressing the media outside a Kagumo town church yesterday where she launched a 90 day campaign against gender based violence ,mental health awareness and drug abuse
The Kirinyaga East Sub-County DCI has been told to keep off from interfering with the ongoing raw involving Ngiriambu Primary school land and a family .
Sounding the warning, Kirinyaga Woman Representative Njeri Maina also told the same officer to stop harassing and intimidating the school teachers and the management committee .
The leader further reminded the officer that the matter in question was purely Civil and wondered why he was using his office to fight an imaginary crime.
Kirinyaga Woman Rep Njeri Maina and several of her colleagues from other counties in a walk to mark the launch of a 90 day anti anti BVC ,mental health awareness and Drug abuse campaign in Kagumo town yesterday
“The matter is already before the Kerugoya Environment and Land Court (ELC) and if this officer is new he should have consulted his predecessor for proper briefing on the state of this issue ,” Ms Maina said .
There has been an acrimony between the school and a family claiming the land was theirs and using the DCI to try to take over the property where the public school has been for many years.
It was said the then Kirinyaga County Council took over the land from the claimants and allocated it to the local community for the establishment of the public school.
The family is reported to have used land brokers and successfully obtained the land tittle deed after a succession cause leading to the acrimony to take over the land .
Ms Maina while briefing the media at a Kagumo town church yesterday assured the school parents , the children and the teachers of her full support until the matter was heard and determined by the ELC.
“This being the case am warning the DCI to keep off from this matter and he/she should know that am an officer of the High Court and ready to defend this public interest at all costs ,”she said.
The Legislator spoke to the media moments after she launched a 90 action plan(campaign) to deal with Gender Based Violence , Drug abuse and Mental Health awareness for the County .
The launch was also attended by several Legislators who included Kisii Woman Rep Doris Donya , her Embu Counterpart Njoki Njeru , Nandi’s Cynthia Muge ,Mathira Legislator Eric Wamumbi and some local MCAs led by Kinyua Wangui of Mutira Ward where the launch took place.
The legislators present both County and National Assemblies condemned a recent move by the Supreme Court to allow the registration of same sex associations contrary to the order of nature.
Donyo who is passionate about natural marriage wondered how a same sex union could work and to the amusement of the gathering asked two men and two women to hug tightly and report back their experiences.
The men reported there was nothing they experienced since they were like poles and the women reported the same experience since even scientifically ,like poles repel were unlike poles attract each other .
But when she asked man to woman tight hugging as the gathering watched the ‘couples’ reported an intimate moment which is only enjoyable when two opposite sexes were involved .
The Legislators vowed to fight the matter which was only un natural, un African culture but also ungodly .
Kerugoya Ward MCA Eric Muchina said the LBTQI group should be treated the Uganda way where local President Yoweri Museveni said he would only allow the move if two men were locked in prison in one room and came out with a bouncing baby .
The gathering at Kagumo during the launch comprised of secondary school children unemployed youths youthful fathers and mothers and the various stake holders who were expected to start spreading the anti-drug abuse campaigns , metal health awareness and early marriages for young girls besides FGM within the stipulated period and beyond until these vices were eradicated from the society.