June 18, 2024

Lawmaker raises alarm over moral decay in Nairobi’s Kilimani estate terms it Sodom and Gomorrah

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Lawmaker raises alarm over moral decay in Nairobi’s Kilimani estate terms it Sodom and Gomorrah

Dagoretti North Member of Parliament Beatrice Elachi has sounded the alarm over escalating insecurity and moral decay in Nairobi’s Kilimani estate

Dagoretti North Member of Parliament Beatrice Elachi has sounded the alarm over escalating insecurity and moral decay in Nairobi’s Kilimani estate. 

Speaking on Citizen TV’s Daybreak, the lawmaker drew a stark comparison, likening the nocturnal activities in Kilimani to the biblical cities of Sodom and Gomorrah. 

“When you walk in Kilimani at night, which I do, nowadays I have had to become a police officer. I find young people all over. How they are dressed we have decided that is our value. I don’t know what Kenya and I don’t know what is happening with our country. We have decided to become Sodom and Gomorrah and we don’t care,” she said. 

According to her, most of the young people she has observed are primarily university students. 

Elachi brought up the unacceptable conduct observed in bars and clubs within the Dagoretti North constituency. 

“How I wish you could walk in clubs in Dagoretti North, oh you would feel bad for parents…We said we didn’t want a brothel in Kenya. We have so many in the bars,” she said. 

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The MP added that the foreigners in Dagoretti North have compromised the security sector.

“The Nigerians have some policemen that protect them, the Pakistanis have their own, and they are protected. So each team in Dagoretti North, that’s how they operate,” she added.

Elachi mentioned that she had proposed that police officers should serve for two years in a post then they are relocated to another station to avoid the security forces from being compromised.

“I pleaded with the president and the CS to not allow our officers to stay more than three years. Stay more than three years you are compromised, you become something else. Two years is enough, go to another station,” said Elachi.

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