For the young girls at the Moi Girls High School, the rape saga shines a light on the ongoing issues that female students undergo while in boarding. According to Capital News, “at least five male teachers and a number of male non-teaching staff at the school have been directed to undergo DNA testing to assist in the ongoing probe.”
After the sad news made its rounds on the internet, here are afew reactions that sum up the Kenyans’ reactions to the disturbing revelations:
Structures around Moi Girls demolished after rape incident, sparking protest https://t.co/0At9zmVeKO
— Capital FM Kenya (@CapitalFMKenya) June 5, 2018
Demolishing kiosks along Moi Girls perimeter wall is not the solution.A shameless leadership using Kibra residents as a cover up.
— Derrick_were (@Dee_Were) June 5, 2018
— Frederick Okango (@fokango) June 5, 2018
Each and every girl has a right to a safe environment, be it in schools or community, whether their washrooms are close to the dormitories or not! Students' safety is important no matter what.! there was a security lapse at Moi Girls and I wanna see pple go to Jail!
— LINDA ÖDINDO (@LindaOdindo) June 5, 2018
Even Moi Girls' rape issue continues to show us that our police are really pathetic when it comes to handling matters that have a psychological impact on individuals. Parents visit the school to come and comfort their children only to find gun-wielding policemen at the gate.
— Kamau N Maurice (@KamauD33) June 5, 2018
@AMB_A_Mohammed when u finish up with the Moi Girls scandal. Revisit our Primary Schools because there is a fishy game going on in our public schools. Like my cousin has been sent home ati for "pesa ya walimu"
— Cole (@AndieCoalzColey) June 5, 2018