Girls plead for their mum in China jail


The family of Ms Christine Nyabera Ongowo – one of the six Kenyans sentenced to death for drug trafficking in China – is slowly but painfully coming to terms with the finality of her fate. …more

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1. On Thursday June 4, 2009, 8:21 AM , Macharia Njoroge, Kenya wrote:
  I think it’s our high time to learn the dangers of drug trafficking. As much as I may also plead for their release from China, I’m also worried about our young men in Kenya because they can come here to traffic the same drugs locally and spoil our country. Let Kenyans be aware of the consequences and learn a lesson from them.


2. On Thursday June 4, 2009, 6:56 AM , Bobnabby, Kenya wrote:
  “Foreign Affairs Minister Moses Wetangula plans to travel to China on Tuesday to try and help save the lives of the six Kenyans and negotiate prisoner-exchange with the Chinese authorities”.We should not abet crime. Who intervenes for Kenyans convicted here? That is justice. Instead of grumbling over justice well administered Kenya should borrow a leaf from this. That is the way to fight crime.


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