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Canadian authorities seek witnesses in investigations against child abuser organization, WE Charity

WE Charity Co-founders Craig (left) and Marc Kielburger introduce Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau as they appear at the WE Day celebrations in Ottawa on Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2015. (Adrian Wyld/The Canadian Press)

WE Charity is under investigations for conflict of interest in Canada.

The Chairity that operated in Kenya as FreeTheChildren or MeToWe was also exposed as a modern day KKK-outfit. A former staff Santai revealed how he was threatened with death by WE Charity co-founder Marc Kielburger.

WE Charity is also under investigation for child abuse. Former staff and children from WE Charity-run schools in Kenya exposed the charity for using corporal punishment where some kids were whipped with sticks on the back, legs and buttocks. This was happening when the Kenyan Ministry of Education had banned the habit due to its adverse effects, paralysis and death of some school kids.

Furthermore, in some unbelievable exposés, a source wrote to alleging that the charity also dealt with also showed showing nude and semi-nude photos to kids in its videos.

Showing such (nude and semi-nude) photos and videos promote a culture that is not original to the human nature of kids and in some quarters it has been rightly condemned since it normalizes child trafficking and paedophilia.

WE Charity accused of child abuse in Kenya

After the investigations in Canada is done, the Kielburger brothers and those involved in the WE Charity abuses that touch on Kenyan kids must all be extradited to Kenya to face child abuse charges.

The clerk of the committee investigating WE Charity is aware of your article.  Extradition to Kenya may be a possibility depending on how much testimony happens in Canada.

Miriam burke is trying to find the Kielburgers lawyer in Kenya. Guy Spencer Elms was requested to testify but guy Spencer is not responding.

If any other person is available to testify the committee would do a video link that would definitely lead to a WE investigation in Kenya. – We Investigators

Craig, left, and Marc Kielburger walk on to the stage at the WE Day event at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary on Wednesday October 26, 2016. PHOTO BY GAVIN YOUNG/POSTMEDIA

Kenya authorities

In 2020, it emerged that the Kenyan authorities had accused the Charity of flouting laws and wanted to revoke its license.

Up to date, we don’t know what happened and why the Charity still continues to operate.

After the scandal in Canada, WE Charity closed all operations in that country blaming it on lack of funds.

Some people were sceptical of that.

If you have any complaint against WE Charity, get in touch with Canadian authorities


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