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Millicent Omanga breaks silence after viral leaked bedroom video

The Chief Administrative Secretary (CAS) in the Ministry of Internal Security, Millicent Omanga, has broken her silence after an alleged intimate video of her went viral last night.

Through her Facebook page, Omanga quoted a Bible verse that talks about God telling his people that he has given them strength and nothing will hurt them.

“Look, I have given you the command to tread on snakes, scorpions, and all the forces of the enemy, and nothing will harm you.” Luke 10:19. Good day, stakeholders,” Omanga wrote.

The video that has been circulating shows Omanga in a bed with a similar dress she wore in one of tree planting projects.

It is not clear if the video is of a deep fake generated by someone with bad intentions and circulated it online.

Some of her fans are defending the CAS, claiming it was a secret plot to destroy Omanga’s name.

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It is a crime for someone to leak another person’s digital information online – doing. It is part of the Computer Misuse and Cybercrime Act, 2018, passed by retired president Uhuru Kenyatta.

The law under section 31 of the constitution of Kenya, which constitutes an offense, states;

“A person who transfers, publishes, or transmits, including making a digital image available for distribution or download via a telecommunications network or by any other means of computer data transfer, an intimate or obscene image of another person commits offense and will be held legally responsible, if convicted by paying a fine not exceeding two hundred thousand shillings or imprisonment not exceeding two years or both.”

Some of her followers have encouraged her to take legal action.
Robert Alai commented on the post, saying it was unfair for anyone to take such a video and share it.
“Pole Mhesh. Nobody should take such images in private moments. Not wise even if we don’t agree politically. Not fair to you.”

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Nominated senator Karen Nyamu came to her defense, asking Kenyans to stop behaving as though they sleep in clothes.

Through her Facebook page, Ms Nyamu questioned the intentions of the person who shared the alleged video as she strongly confirmed that some things cannot shake the CAS.

“Yes, I have seen the video mnanitumia. There’s absolutely nothing to be ashamed of there. We have all been sleeping butt-naked at some point. What is the big deal? The focus must immediately shift from the woman to the fool taking that video. Kwani wewe ni mtoto? What is your intention?

There are women you can’t bring down,” Karen wrote.

She then told Millicent Omanga to keep her head up high.

On the other end, former Nairobi governor Mike Sonko said the CAS was innocently lying on her stomach, resting after “a long day of tree planting”.

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