Rare Twist:Aisha Jumwa Calls for Arrest of All Pregnant Teenagers

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Malindi Member of Parliament, Aisha Jumwa on Friday called for the arrest of teenage boys who impregnate girls as well as the girls who get pregnant.

The MP, who was speaking at the annual Malindi Education celebrations in Barani Secondary School, stated the move was to ensure equal punishment for both offenders so as to curb the early pregnancy menace.

This is because both parties are equal offenders in engaging in unlawful sexual behaviors.
"One problem here is when a teenage girl is impregnated, lawful action is only taken on the boy. I would like to say that the law is a double sided sword that cuts both ways when the girl accepts to take part in sexual activities, lawful action should be taken on the both of you," highlighted the MP.

"The girl should raise her baby in prison and the boy should also serve his term so that you put an end to this uncouth behavior," she clarified.

She went ahead to bash the girl child warning that they should stop pretending to be the victims with claims that they were deceived.
"You pretend to be a little girl claiming that he lied to me, he gave Ksh50, why didn't you turn down the offer or better still, dispose of it in the toilet," mimicked the MP.
 

Kicharo

Village Elder
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Malindi Member of Parliament, Aisha Jumwa on Friday called for the arrest of teenage boys who impregnate girls as well as the girls who get pregnant.

The MP, who was speaking at the annual Malindi Education celebrations in Barani Secondary School, stated the move was to ensure equal punishment for both offenders so as to curb the early pregnancy menace.

This is because both parties are equal offenders in engaging in unlawful sexual behaviors.
"One problem here is when a teenage girl is impregnated, lawful action is only taken on the boy. I would like to say that the law is a double sided sword that cuts both ways when the girl accepts to take part in sexual activities, lawful action should be taken on the both of you," highlighted the MP.

"The girl should raise her baby in prison and the boy should also serve his term so that you put an end to this uncouth behavior," she clarified.

She went ahead to bash the girl child warning that they should stop pretending to be the victims with claims that they were deceived.
"You pretend to be a little girl claiming that he lied to me, he gave Ksh50, why didn't you turn down the offer or better still, dispose of it in the toilet," mimicked the MP.
I think sex education is the answer. These 14-16 yr girls, most of them don't even know that the penls emits some stuff that can make someone pregnant. They have no idea about withdrawal, safe days, douching and other simple things that can help them. Hawajielewi. They don't know when they are on heat, which is when they become horniest (and which is unfortunately also when they are most susceptible to preganancy)... Then again, some people were just meant to become parents earlier. Teenage pregnancy is an issue even in nations like the USA.
 

Kicharo

Village Elder
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huyu mama anachizi, hehe, na 2022 anapigania kiti ya gafana 002, ataona muoto
I don't support the jailing bit (both for the boy and the girl). But I support the angle she is introducing: that the girls are not innocent victims in all this. They have sexual urges, and if anything, they are often the initiators. I remember when we were teens, and the girls used to 'chokoza' us. Then you would be in a catch-22 situation. If you decline, itasemekana you are wierd, queer, the works. If you accept, you would have to content with the girl's father and the community that would view you as a 'perpetrator' -- kumbe it is actually the girl who 'mobilized' you.
 

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