Nairobi Women Rep Esther Passaris Wants DCI, DPP To Block Sonko From Social Media

Nairobi Women's Representative Esther Passaris and Mike Sonko.
Nairobi Women's Representative Esther Passaris and Mike Sonko.

Nairobi Women's Representative Esther Passaris urged the Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI) and the Director of Prosecution (DPP) to ban former Nairobi governor Mike Sonko from social media

Passaris was speaking during the Kenyatta International Conference Center lighting Tuesday night to celebrate the start of 16 days of activism against gender-based violence.

Sonko's disclosure guaranteed the country to ban him from using any social media platform, she said.

Sonko recently leaked videos of various individuals, including lawyers and Judge Said Chitembwe, of allegations of corruption, revealing a woman's exposure to a compromising situation.

The former CEO of Adopt a light said that Sonko violated the rights of women and that her disclosure constituted online violence against her.

"This kind of violence and harassment against a woman is wrong by any standard and I urge the DCI to take action against her because as a country you can block someone who terrorizes and harass women on social media platforms," ​​Passaris said. .

She said Passaris should borrow a leaf from other European countries and how they deal with such cases.

Europe refuses to even mention the names of such people and does not give them any audience. That's why I challenge the DCI and DPP to shut down these social media platforms."

“If we say we will end sexual and gender-based violence, such high-ranking perpetrators should not be allowed to roam freely. It should be exemplary,” she added.

“Let's cut the power of perpetrators on social media platforms. "If they managed to do it to Donald Trump, they can definitely do it to Sonko," he said.

The former governor said in his defense that he could only register cartels when he was hosted at KTN on Tuesday.

He also said that he is not breaking any laws by exposing such people.

“Article 35 of the Constitution talks about access to information. If I just yelled verbally without proof, no one would believe what's going on in the judicial system. He concluded.

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