Kenyans again lol; reports found in the Kenya Dailies is that,
new association as been formed by women to fight against low
performing husbands in the bedroom.
The group took to action on Thursday by raiding the home of an illicit
brew seller called chang’aa and beat up four men.
The group of women numbering about 50 rained slaps, kicks and blows on
the drunk men during the early morning raid.
Members of Destiny of King’eero Women’s Group, formed to monitor
drinking joints in King’eero township, found the four men drinking at
the home of a suspected chang’aa seller. The men fled to a nearby
maize plantation following the ambush at the home of 50-year old
“They said we were only there to sire children, give them food and
wash their clothes, not control their happiness,” said member Martha
Wairimu. “Many young men have been affected as they normally flock the
home on early mornings. They do not bring anything home but still ask
Jane Chege, chairperson for the women’s group, said they found 10
liters of chang’aa in several branded bottles. Chege said many women
have been miserable as their partners, who are alcoholics, do not
satisfy them sexually and cannot sire children. Okori said he had been
buying the alcohol from a distributor in Westlands.
“It is from Kisii. My friend brings it to me since he lives in
Westlands, but my friends here beg me to sell it them. I sell it at
Sh50 per glass,” he said.
He was frog marched with a sample to King’eero police station where he
was locked up by the area OCS Njeri Nthiga. Michael Kang’ethe, Kiambu
county alcoholic drinks and control board director, thanked the women
for arresting the suspect, saying it was a good move in the fight
against the consumption of illicit brews. Kang’ethe said they all bars
and other outlets would be inspected to ensure only good quality
alcohol is sold.
“The government cannot control the sale of illicit brews without
information. We urge the public to share information that may help us
fight the menace,” he added