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Tuesday, January 25, 2022 – Troubled Bahati MP Kimani Ngunjiri is in hot soup once again after it emerged that he has impregnated an orphaned teenager from Nakuru City County.
The Jubilee Party MP who is allied to Deputy President William Ruto’s UDA party is reported to have impregnated the form 1 student in 2019, but managed to cover up the case until recently when the guardians of the student demanded for justice from the Law Society of Kenya.
The MP who was recently in trouble for impregnating his house girl, is now working hard to ensure the new sex scandal is not leaked to the media.
Guardians of the orphaned girl reported the matter to the LSK – Nakuru Branch, but they were threatened by the MP until they withdrew the case.
The girl who dropped out of school met MP Kimani Ngunjiri in 2019 when she had gone to the MP’s office in Bahati Constituency for a bursary sponsorship for her secondary education.
The MP then shamelessly lied to the student that she’ll be awarded the bursary, but the MP managed to brainwash her and impregnated her instead of funding her education.
Ngunjiri is currently embroiled in a child upkeep case with her former house girl who was also impregnated by the randy MP.
According to statistics over a period of three months in lockdown due to COVID-19, 152,000 Kenyan teenage girls became pregnant — a 40% increase in the country’s monthly average.
These numbers, from early July, are some of the earliest pieces of evidence linking the COVID-19 pandemic to unintended pregnancies.
A report recently released by National Council on Population and Development (NCPD) shows that two out of five teenagers in the country are either young mothers or are pregnant.
A further scrutiny of teen pregnancy statistics in Kenya reveals that between July 2016 and June 2017, Kenya recorded 278,397 adolescent and teenage pregnancies for girls aged 10-19 years, specifically, 28, 932 girls aged 10-14 and 349,465 girls aged 15-19 became pregnant, according to a United Nations Population Fund Report.
However, despite the fact that teen pregnancies have been a menace in the country, over the last few years, the latest data shows that the numbers peaked in the month of March 2020 after schools were closed over the Covid-19 pandemic.