The Child Welfare Society of Kenya CWSK is a state corporation for the care, protection, welfare and child adoption. Irene Mureithi is the CEO of the Child Welfare Society of Kenya. Have they done their best in fulfilling this mandate?
The child protection space in Kenya has two types of people: Those who are genuinely passionate about the well being and service of children and those who are in it for profit, manipulation and personal gain.The child protection space in Kenya has two types of people: Those who are genuinely passionate about the well being and service of children and those who are in it for profit, manipulation and personal gain. #BringKianoHome Click To Tweet
The Abduction of Baby Kiano:We believe that Children have the right to survive, develop, be protected and participate in decisions that impact their lives. But the reality on the ground seems to say otherwise. #BringKianoHome Click To Tweet
Where is Baby Kiano? Deducted Summary
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On the night of Friday, April 5 2019, eleven men who said they were police officers raided a flat in Westlands and took away the child from Matt and Daisy Mazzoncini. They refused to identify themselves or to show a court order allowing them to take away the child. Some of their faces were covered to conceal their identity. They claimed they were police officers but they didn’t have badges and only one flashed a business card. They wore hoodies and took Kiano away with them.
This all begun three years back when two very young infants were dumped near a thicket in a plastic bag at a Kiambu prayer centre in 2016. They were two boy twins, one soon died. The surviving child who was still very sickly, was taken to a Kiambu hospital and later to the Mogra Sole Breadwinner Rescue Centre orphanage in Kiambu.
When Mat and Daisy met Baby Kiano he was six months old but looked like a newborn. He only weighed 4.5 kilos. Kiano had lung problems: he had problems eating and ended up staying at Gertrude’s children’s hospital ICU for 10 days when he was about 7 months old. Because he was very sickly, his medication was expensive and the children’s home thought he would die; they told Daisy she could live with Kiano and take care of him.
In 2017 April, the Children’s Court granted joint guardianship of the child to Daisy and Matt Mazzoncini after they supplied their marriage certificate, tax records, and background clearance from the FBI.
Last September, on the recommendation of the Kenya National Commission for Human Rights, the Mazzoncinis met Labour CS Ukur Yattani about the possibility of getting an exemption from the moratorium on child adoption after having been his guardian for two years.
After the abduction, Matt and Daisy rushed to Spring Valley police station to file a kidnapping report and were instead informed that the child had been “rescued” from child traffickers by officers from Directorate of Criminal Investigations.
Matt and Daisy were accused of being child traffickers and misleading the Children’s Court of Kenya with fraudulent medical reports, but they haven’t been interrogated by the police or arrested.It is impossible to imagine the trauma this child and the family have gone through so far.
Detailed Timeline of Events over 3 years:
- 1. 2nd Jan 2016 Baby John was born and found abandoned near Kirima Tent of Prayer in Ruii, Kiambu. Two naked new born babies were found by a gardener in a green plastic bag in the grove of trees nearby.
The baby on top had scratches suspected to be from a wild animal and a broken arm, and the baby on bottom ( Baby John AKA Kiano ) was in better shape but both babies were very cold, severely distressed seemingly having been left all night and were in dire medical need. The tiny twin boys were rushed to Kiambu hospital.
The brother died in the hospital and baby John was eventually sent to Jean Petty Legacy Home. 8th July 2016 Daisy Mazzoncini visits Kenya. Daisy being hosted by family friend Gathoni A.K.A Bishop Kirima subsequently meets Baby John at the Jean Petty Legacy Home.
- 2. 1st August 2016 Daisy having been introduced to Baby John hears that he is not expected to live and the doctors say his life expectancy is poor. Daisy feels compelled to do everything she can to save his life and starts voluntarily helping with his care but Baby John becomes critically ill.
As the orphanage had no type of transportation nor the apparent means to pay for any, Gathoni with Daisy were the ones that rush him to ICU at Gertrude’s Children’s Hospital in Muthaiga.
- 3. 1st August 2016 – 13th August 2016 Baby John remains in ICU for 7 days and is then transferred to the ward for 5 days.
Daisy visits him every day in the ICU and attends to him 24 hours a day in the ward. Baby John diagnosed with: Difficulty breathing, Unresponsive, Premature, Severe pneumonia, Gastroesophageal reflux disease, Severe protein energy malnutrition.
- 4. 13th August 2016 Baby John’s hospital fees paid by Matthew and Daisy Mazzoncini. (No financial assistance was provided by the Home or any other relevant department)
- 5. October 2016 Matthew visits Kenya Daisy and Matthew, having fallen in love with Baby John who is now bonded to Daisy and Matt, seek legal counsel to have him become part of their family.
They are advised to apply for Legal Guardianship. Daisy and Matthew hire a lawyer to submit application for Legal Guardianship to Nairobi Children’s Court granting parental responsibility.
- 6. October 2016 Prior to hearing for Guardianship, Baby John summoned for review at Kiambu Magistrates court following an investigation of Jean Petty Legacy Home.
Due to Jean Petty negligence and several reported deaths at the home, Jean Petty lose their license and Baby John is committed to Mogra Children’s Home.
- 7. 18th November 2016 – 28th November 2016 Daisy with the consent of Mogra visits Baby John daily in the Mogra baby room (where 350 other children were being housed).
Daisy administers Baby John’s various prescribed medications, feeds him as often as she is allowed, and provides his diapers, formula and clothes. Despite Daisy’s efforts, Baby John’s health deteriorates rapidly and he becomes critically ill after only 1 week at Mogra.
Daisy realises Baby John is in need of emergency treatment, and with Mogra’s consent, rushes him back to Gertrude’s Children’s Hospital.
- 8. 28th November 2016 Baby John admitted to Gertrude’s Children’s Hospital for 11 days. Daisy stays with him in ward 24 hours a day.
- 9. 9th December 2016 Baby John discharged from Gertrude’s Hospital. In-Patient hospital fees paid by Matthew and Daisy. Daisy and Matthew continue to pay for all outpatient medical expenses for Baby John
- 10. 13th February 2017 Medical report from Consultant Paediatrician Dr. Rashnik Ghalay confirms Baby John has complex medical needs that require “very meticulous, personalized care from someone who knows and understands him well”
- 11. 4th April 2017 Matthew and Daisy awarded Joint Legal Guardianship of Baby John by Nairobi Children’s Court: Misc Children’s Case no. 213 of 2016
- 12. June 2017 – July 2017 After initial support of Daisy and Matthew having been granted Guardianship, Mogra becomes hostile and starts making threatening visits to Daisy and Matthew’s residence. They also make threatening visits to Daisy and Matthew’s lawyer ( D. Omari ).
As a result, D.Omari advises Daisy and Matthew to cease direct communication with Mogra after instructing them to communicate through their lawyer D. Omari. Mogra seeks to take custody of Baby John by making malicious allegations against Daisy in Court alleging that she is trying to violate the Guardianship Order by illegally taking Baby John out of the Court’s jurisdiction.
- 13. 03 July 2017 After another threatening visit from Mogra, Daisy files police report at CID Milimani concerning harassment from Mogra.
- 14. 21st July 2017 Restraining order issued against Mogra, ( employees, representatives and servants ) granted by Nairobi Children’s Court.
- 15. 25th July 2017 Five Police officers from CID Children’s Protection Unit come to Daisy’s residence on a complaint from Mogra saying the child had been reported missing. Upon arrival police officers tell Daisy they are required to remove Baby John from Daisy and Matthew’s custody ( Officers do not have a Court Order for removal ).
Daisy shows the officers her Guardianship Order and Restraining Order against Mogra but despite documentary evidence the officers persist in trying to remove Baby John. Lawyer D. Omari intervenes, and the police officers agree to settle the matter in court the following day and confiscate Daisy’s passport.
- 16. 26th July 2017 Daisy and D. Omari attend emergency Kiambu Court hearing where allegations brought by Mogra are dismissed and Police Officers are ordered to return Daisy’s passport.
- 17. September 2017 Daisy reaches out to Kenya National Commission of Human Rights ( a.k.a “KNCHR” ) to express concern for upholding the human rights of Baby John. Mogra’s threats along with Baby John’s complex medical history leaves Daisy frightened for Baby John’s life.
Daisy raises serious concerns about Mogra trying to take Baby John from her custody, indicating it would be detrimental for his physical health and emotional wellbeing. Daisy also reports to KNCHR that she is concerned for her personal safety due to aggression shown by Mogra.
- 18. 8th December 2017 Nairobi Children’s court dismisses Mogra’s application to be enjoined as an Interested Party.
- 19. 13th September 2018 John Kiano is rushed by ambulance M.P Shah Hospital, Westlands where he is immediately admitted to the ICU for uncontrolled seizures. John Kiano continues to seize for a total of 6 hours until he is induced into a coma to prevent brain damage.
- 20. 25th October 2018 KNCHR seeks appointment with new CS of Labour and Social Protection – Ukur Yatani ( a.k.a. “CS Yatani” ) to discuss his intervention to expedite travel for John Kiano for urgent medical treatment abroad. KNCHR Chair Kagwiria Mbogori presents John Kiano’s case to CS Yatani and asks him for either exemption from Moratorium for adoption or his support for the lifting of travel restrictions for the Mazzoncini’s Guardianship. CS Yatani orders Advisory Committee on Child Adoption in Kenya for report within 5 days, before considering KNCHR’s request.
As part of the report, Child Welfare Society of Kenya ( a.k.a CWSK ) representatives interview Daisy at her home two times, once for 4 hours and again for a further 5 hours (no report was delivered to the CS over 3 months).
- 21. 26th October 2018 Daisy reports to KNCHR concerns about the aggressive nature of questioning by CWSK officers in her home and requests both a KNCHR representative and lawyer D. Omari to be present for all future appointments.
- 22. 20 November 2018 Matthew Mazzoncini is detained at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport by Immigration Officers due to a letter submitted by CS Yatani at the request of CWSK. Matthew is held at JKIA for several hours before being transferred to Nyayo House for further questioning.
All his possessions are confiscated and Matthew is denied access to legal representation. D. Omari files an application for Writ of Habeas Corpus to High Court and subsequently is given access to his client.
Matthew is released by Department of Immigration into the custody of the Children’s Department ( illegal ) who continues to detain him for a total of 15.5 hours without food or water. Daisy is distraught and frightened for his life having not heard of him.
- 23. 4th December 2018 Mazzoncini’s receive Medical Letter from U.S Hospital “Pediatric Diagnostic Associates” in Tennessee, USA confirming John Kiano’s need for “specialized care” – Neurological evaluation, treatment and ongoing medical and financial support needed for John Kiano.
Further, the report states John Kiano “needs treatments as soon as possible to prevent long term damage and developmental delay”
- 24. 17 December 2018 Having not heard back from CS Yatani for nearly 2 months, KNCHR chairperson instructs Daisy and Matthew to apply to the Nairobi Children’s Court to travel to USA for urgent medical treatment.
- 25. 28th January 2019 Daisy is summoned again to the Westland Children’s Office with John Kiano due to a false report given to the Westland Children’s Officer alleging there are “marks on the child,” implying the Daisy and Matthew are abusing John Kiano.
Additionally, the Mazzoncini’s were also accused of “already having left the country with John Kiano illegally.” John Kiano was physically inspected. Both allegations were disproved.
- 26. 8th February 2019 Child Welfare Society of Kenya submits an application to be enjoined as an Interested Party on the Mazzoncini’s application for urgent medical travel.
CWSK opposes Matthew and Daisy’s Guardianship and makes strong allegations of Child trafficking, falsifying medical reports and being unfit guardians on the basis of race and nationality.
- 27. 4th April 2019 13 people mostly men violently forced their way into our apartment and kidnapped our sickly 3 year old son Kiano. No warrant or court order for entry into our home was provided. ( See report to US Embassy)
Urgency and need for Medical Attention:
“As a first step, we want the child to be on his prescribed medication and then have him returned to the mother because this is what is in his best interest,” Singh, a lawyer involved in this issue said.
The OCS refused to accept the child’s epilepsy medicine until the American Embassy intervened and the DCI came to collect it in Gigiri. The Mazzoncinis say that they are baffled that their child has been seized without their being deported or charged with any criminal wrongdoing. They say this is evidence that they have done nothing wrong.
The child has serious medical problems and needs to take anti-seizure medicine for epilepsy every eight hours. In September he had a six-hour epileptic fit and was admitted to MP Shah Hospital by ambulance.
A senior paediatrician advised that they should take the child abroad for specialised medical treatment.The constant harassment of the couple is a breach of the law. They are the LEGAL court appointed guardians. Removal of the child is an act of sheer impunity… ~ KNCHR #BringKianoHome Click To Tweet
Kenya National Commission on Human Rights Comments:
There is NO law that says a foreigner cannot adopt. The position that international adoptions were stopped is an act of the Minister. Not an act of law!… ~ KNCHR #BringKianoHome Click To Tweet
“The constant harassment of the couple is a breach of the law. They are the LEGAL court appointed guardians. Removal of the child is an act of sheer impunity.
There is NO law that says a foreigner cannot adopt. The position that international adoptions were stopped is an act of the Minister. Not an act of law! The idea that it is immoral to allow foreigners to adopt Kenya babies is nothing short of ridiculous.
It is like saying Kenyans should not marry or be married by white people or foreigners. We cannot legislate matters of love, in my opinion. And few mothers have loved or been devoted to their kids as Daisy.”Kenya National Commission on Human Rights Chairperson Kagwiria Mbogori.
Irene Mureithi, CEO of Child Welfare Society of Kenya
Irene Mureithi is the CEO of the Child Welfare Society of Kenya. Being at the very centre and front, Irene Mureithi runs the adoption cartel in Ke nya. She is the one who lied that Baby Kiano was a victim of trafficking and orchestrated the “kidnapping” of Baby Kiano.
She is in a position to clean up this mess that is slowly eating up our children’s safe spaces. With CWSK almost as a monopoly, they are capable of controlling and bringing order in child protection service. However, that does’t seem to be happening as more unsolved scandals keep coming up.
There are many adoptive parents who have gone through hell because of Irene Mureithi, and if you’re a victim or know a victim, please speak out.
Children cry for different reasons. Sometimes, it is to get the attention of their caregivers. But what happens when the very people a child depends on, are the reason the child is crying in the first place?There are many adoptive parents who have gone through hell because of Irene Mureithi, if you’re a victim or know a victim, speak out now. #BringKianoHome #InvestigateIreneMureithi Click To Tweet
Just to understand the extent people in power can misuse it for personal gain and preservation: Read this story about an American Tourist who was killed in Kenya, and her fathers quest for justice for over 30 years.
Children’s Protection Act:
From the Bishop Deya scandal over 10 year ago, this is not the first time children’s innocent dependence has be used for manipulation and profit. Although the Children’s Act, which safeguards the right of every child, took effect on March 1, 2002, legal representation of the minors in court cases is rare.
Only a handful of lawyers are willing to fight for the rights of children without pay. Most cases are taken up by non-governmental organisations that often drop out midway through the process.
Perhaps the whole CWSK team needs a reshuffle to ensure only people with the children best interests are in charge. We have dedicated people within the institution who know about the rot and have seen the opportunity to clean it up. Even if it means going against authorities, they will be doing the right thing.
The best way to fix this issue is from inside the child protection circles. However, it is hard working toward their vision of caring, protection, welfare and adoption of children, when key decision makers are not ready to go the extra mile.Although the Children’s Act, which safeguards the right of every child, took effect on March 1, 2002, legal representation of the minors in court cases is rare. #BringKianoHome Click To Tweet
The Shroud of Secrecy around Child Adoption in Kenya:
We believe that Children have the right to survive, develop, be protected and participate in decisions that impact their lives. But the reality on the ground seems to say otherwise.
In fact, It was estimated in 2007 alone, that there were 250,000 – 300,000 children living and working on the streets across Kenya with, with more than 60,000 of them in Nairobi.
Just two years ago, in 2017, an estimated 300 child adoptions were finalized in Nairobi alone, yet child adoption in Kenya remains shrouded in mystery, with many adoptive parents unwilling to discuss the process.
As found by, Wilkister Nyabwa, a reporter from Nation Media Group, the process of Child Adoption in Kenya can be long and unclear, often discouraging those eager to go down the path.
The Process of Child Adoption in Kenya #SinsOfSaviours#SinsOfSaviours: The Process of Child Adoption in Kenya is shrouded with secrecy and it is the innocent children like baby Kiano who suffer the most. #BringKianoHome Click To Tweet
The Child Welfare Society of Kenya (CWSK)
The Child Welfare Society of Kenya CWSK is a state corporation for the care, protection, welfare and adoption of children. Its vision is to see all the children leading a happy and fulfilling life. The centre admits about 300 minors every year and about 180 are reunited while the rest are settled in registered children homes.
A CWSK official who denied knowledge of the abduction operation said that they wanted the legal guardianship awarded to the couple to be reviewed “to ensure that all the procedures required in the process were complied with.”
Ms Emily Msegeti, a children’s welfare officer, says there has been a sharp rise in the number of abandoned children aged between two and eight, as well as those with special needs.
She says most of the minors taken to rescue centres as lost and found had been deliberately abandoned by their parents, some of whom later want them back after they have been raised and educated by others.
Ms Jane Munuhe, another children’s welfare officer, says the centre admits about 300 minors every year and about 180 are reunited while the rest are settled in registered children’s homes. Family feuds and poverty are some of the main factors fuelling child abandonment in Kenya, according to the officials.Family feuds and poverty are some of the main factors fuelling child abandonment in Kenya, according to the officials. #BringKianoHome Click To Tweet
Are we witnessing the last days of children orphanages as we know them?
Labour and Social Protection Cabinet Secretary Ukur Yattani has previously said that “it looks unlikely” that the government will register new orphanages again.
“We are looking at ways of integrating these children’s families and society as they grow up, so that they are not detached from the day-to-day matters facing families and society,” he said. Mr Yattani agreed with DRI’s assertion that orphanages do more harm than good.
“At the centres, the children might get physical support in terms of food, shelter and clothing. But there is the other bigger challenge of socio-psychological support that is required, which can only be found within the family or the society,” he said.
“Once you put them in homes, you isolate them from the society. So, that is the psychological stigma that they will experience when they grow up. Re-integrating them to the society is not very easy if they are kept in institutions. It is because of that that we are no longer registering children’s homes,” added Mr Yattani.
The government may have one more reason to forever halt the registration of new orphanages following the scathing criticism from the Disability Rights International researchers, who visited 21 facilities around Kenya — some housing disabled children along with others.Last year, an estimated 300 adoptions were finalized in Nairobi alone, yet adoption in Kenya remains shrouded in mystery, with many adoptive parents unwilling to discuss the process. #BringKianoHome Click To Tweet
Child Adoption Agencies in Kenya:
Adopting a child in is an extremely important decision for the life of people involved and must be assumed with full responsibility and with full awareness of all obligations involved. This goes both ways, from the adoptive parents and the agencies involved.
There are only 6 institutions that can legally process child adoption in Kenya. All of them are private entities except the Child Welfare Society of Kenya Which is State Owned.
- Kenya Christian Homes
- Little Angels Network
- Buckner Kenya
- Change Trust
- K.K.P.I. (Kenyan’s to Kenyan’s Peace Initiative)
- Child Welfare Society of Kenya (C.W.S.K.)
1. Kenya Christian Homes:
Through KCH and our associated projects, we help around 1700 children in Kenya every year. We have a committed team of 200 Kenyan staff including teachers, house mothers, management and social workers, all of whom have the single goal of providing the best care, protection and education to the children we help. Website: Kenya Christian Homes
2. Little Angels Network:
Little Angels Network is an initiative that was established in 2001 by three professional Christian women out of concern of the plight of the increasing numbers of disadvantaged children in Kenya due to HIV/AIDS, abuse, neglect and abandonment. It was registered as a Society in April 2002 and in January 2005, it was launched as a fully-fledged organisation to address issues and concerns of children, now referred to as Little Angels Network Society (LANS). Website: Little Angels Network
3. Buckner Kenya:
Buckner Kenya is registered in Kenya as an NGO to transform the lives of vulnerable children, and build strong families. Since 2001 Buckner Kenya has maximized on resources and leadership and witnessed exponential growth and expansion in service delivery to the vulnerable. Website: Buckner Kenya
4. Change Trust Child Adoption:
Established in 2012, The CHANGE Trust envisions an African society that protects its children in every aspect of life; economic, social and political growth. CHANGE Trust believes that every policy and program of government should have a clear consideration for its impact on children. Website: Change Trust
5. K.K.P.I. (Kenyan’s to Kenyan’s Peace Initiative)
KKPI which stands for Kenyan’s to Kenyan’s Peace Initiative is a non-governmental organization that was registered in 2006 and thereafter in 2007 registered as an Adoption Society. It was founded with a purpose of improving the welfare of orphaned, abandoned, vulnerable and destitute children through alleviation of their status and facilitating their integral development. Website: Kenyan’s to Kenyan’s Peace Initiative
6. Child Welfare Society of Kenya (C.W.S.K.)
The Child Welfare Society of Kenya CWSK is a state corporation for the care, protection, welfare and adoption of children. Its vision is to see all the children leading a happy and fulfilling life. The centre admits about 300 minors every year and about 180 are reunited while the rest are settled in registered children homes. Website: Child Welfare Society of KenyaThere are only 6 institutions that can legally process child adoption in Kenya. All of them are private entities except the CWSK Which is State Owned. #BringKianoHome Click To Tweet
Public Comments on Baby Kiano’s Abduction:
Ok. People here is the thing.
1. We start with the night kidnappers. Who sent them and when they were arrested who prosecuted them ( if they were truly there to stop trafficking then they need to provide proof that baby kiano was on his was out of the country and produce the docs of such arrangements).
2. Why would such moves be made at night while the family is home resting. Why allow Baby Kiano to be taken out of the Orphanage if they knew he was going to die. Since Baby Kiano did not die as expected why did the Orphanage not claim the baby back citing improved health and irresponsible guardianship.
Why let someone bond and care for a child with special needs and spend their lifes resources in a positive way; only to take the child, strip the bond and put a new cash price tag on the process of reunification. This is pure evil to its core.
The people doing this to this family are deliberately sabotaging their lives for a few coins. Haki i hope you live to see your own kids harvest the seeds you have sown.Tony Mithiga
Irene Mureithi…..surely it can’t be u……i knew u to be a very kind, supportive and full of motherly love……you were once a guardian to someone i know…..what happened to you? please give back the child to its rightful guardian. It is quite unfair to make the go through this plus my heart goes out to the baby…..the trauma……Wangui Njenga
No wonder there are very few cases of adoption in Kenya yet many kids are languishing in children homes and on the streets. Kumbe ni siasa na pesa. No wonder many Kenyans do not ever think of adopting…coz we always think its a complex and expensive process.Awino Maganga
International adoption should be banned completely. Will the government be able to monitor this kids abroad?. Ethiopian banned foreign adoption after the death of two Ethiopian kids starved to death in us.. tenda wema nenda zako.George Kweheria
Child welfare society is the biggest child trafficking cartel in Kenya! Its pathetic that they even call themselves the government adoption agency! The lives of guardians, prospective adoptive parents and children ruined by this cartel are many! I hope the DCI this time round will bring the culprits to book! Child welfare should be closed down like yesterday! NktMary Mwangi
First of all, if it was a legit rescue why not show up with proper cops, and not imposter. Secondly, no magistrate or judge would put a child at risk, go to court and obtain the necessary orders to withdraw the child from the caregivers. This requires evidence. They don’t have it.Mathias Mbogori
I’m suspecting that since the family have shown ability to take care of the child’s high medical bills, now they want to extort from them. Shame!
What a terrible thing to happen to a child and. The parents . ! May god intervene and show his mighty hand . It’s so sad and as a parent IKoni Kimani
I feel for you . !!! May God comfort you. The biggest problem is dealing with a country we’re the Law isn’t obeyed. I am a Kenyan but I feel Kenya as a country should AUCTIONED……….
The poor boy will be traumatised! Pls give them their son back. It they did not take him when he did, do you think he will still be alive right now? With our poorly managed homes? This boy is loved and is happy, why take take away from both the kid and the parents? This is wrong. So so wrong jamaneni!Anette Mogaka
In as much as I feel sorry for whatever happened to these guardians, reports of many children kidnapped through the legal system of adoption for organ harvest and other activities in foreign countries from Africa and Kenya specifically has been on the rise.
In as much we want the best for our children i.e right to family, we ought to be careful and protect our children against predators. Let us look at each case individually and not the whole adoption process holistically. I feel sorry for our children.
If they are you g through adoption process, parents of the child are known and the Court will the child’s guardians and grant them custody. As of now, there is an order stopping all foreign adoption in Kenya not because matters of love cannot be regulated but because it was discovered that most of the children adopted from Africa, Asia to Western countries undergo unforeseen torture including organ harvest.
It’s the GOK that banned foreign adoption and Child Welfare Society. In fact, the Society has no capacity to ban adoptions. And did you know that in Kenya it’s easier for a foreigner to adopt than a Kenyan…..? Let the couple seek justice in the Courts.Emmanuella Emmy Akware