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February 18, 2020 - 16:18
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Outrage: Kenyans Demand Arrest Of Teenage Acrobat Wendy Waeni’s Former Manager

Kenyans on social media have demanded the immediate arrest of popular teenage acrobat Wendy Waeni’s former manager over exploitation and possible sexual exploitation.

This is after Wendy Waeni appeared on JKL and revealed that despite performing across the world, she and her family haven’t made a single penny out of it; blaming Mwangi for making away with all the money.

One social media user alluded that if Mr. Mwangi could do that to her, who knows what he might have done to her in secret. Another user questioned where the teenage girl sleeps since she travels with the disgraced manager in most of these events.

Reacting to the scandal, senior prosecution counsel office of the Director of public prosecution Duncan Ondimu tweeted that what Mr. Mwangi did was so criminal and said he should pay for the exploitation.

“This is so criminal of Joe Mwangi. So sad what he has done to the little girl. He ought to pay heavily for what he has done”

The directorate of criminal investigations is yet to comment on the matter as public outrage grows.

Commenting on the matter, Lawyer Donald Kipkorir said Joe Mwangi used her & her social media accounts to enrich himself …

“Joe exploited her innocence to get access to Presidents & powerful men. Joe Mwangi should be charged with international crimes of Child Slavery & Trafficking’ Tweeted the Lawyer.



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