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She was a devout Muslim, and sexual activity was off-limits. But since she was a teenager, she knew she would have the surgery to open her up before consummating her marriage. Without a deinfibulation — or defibulation, as it is also sometimes called — to create a larger vaginal opening, intercourse could be impossible, or at least very painful. After she got engaged to her husband, she thought more seriously about how she wanted to handle sex, she said. Some of her friends, also newly engaged or married, decided against having the procedure before they had sex for the first time. And it depends on how the husband views it and feels about it.

He walked her through the surgery and alleviated her fears. Daly says it helps that he has connections in the Somali community, and in others whose cultures may practise female genital cutting. Daly said the colour of his skin — he is Black — has been an advantage in making women from certain ethnicities feel comfortable to talk about the issue. The Health Ministry data shows that, on average in Ontario, only about 40 repairs of infibulations are performed each year. Fifty per cent of those referrals, Spitzer said, are women who have been infibulated and are candidates for surgery. Referring physicians may be unable to do a Pap smear, a routine screening test for cervical cancer, Spitzer said.

Or they may have complications, complaining of urine dribbling, difficulty managing their periods, pain during intercourse or trouble experiencing pleasure during sex. With every patient, Spitzer said she explains the limitations of surgery. The Learned Trial Magistrate erred in law and fact by failing to consider the legal and requisite ingredients Steal my virginity in mandera the offence under section of the Penal Code Cap. This is contained in grounds 15, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40 and 41 of the petition which provide as follows: The Learned Trial Magistrate erred in law by proceeding to enter conviction against the Appellant for handling stolen property, having found as a fact that the Appellant did not have any intention to permanently deprive the complainant of the cylinders.

The Learned Trial Magistrate erred in law by assuming jurisdiction to try in a criminal case matters pending in the High Court in a civil case. The seventh ground challenges the legality of the sentence and is contained in paragraph 34 of the petition which provides as follows: The Learned Trial Magistrate erred in Law and fact in failing to appreciate and to find the charges preferred against the Appellant as laid were not proved by the prosecution evidence beyond reasonable doubt. Going back to the submissions in support of the petition, Mr. Bowry spent several days on his feet to make his submissions which I have carefully considered at length.

Due to the multiplicity of the grounds of appeal and their repetitive and argumentative nature it may not be necessary to include all his submissions in this judgment. The first ground of appeal argued dealt with the defectiveness of the charges and was two pronged. Bowry submitted that the charges were not properly drawn especially the alternative counts. Bowry submitted that the three alternative counts had different dates each; 12th October25th Octoberand 7th of February Two legal questions arise, learned counsel for the Appellant argued. Bowry submitted that the Appellants were arraigned in court first on 6th February Counsel asked how the Appellants could be charged of handling stolen goods one day before the date of the alleged offence.

The second issue argued by Mr. Bowry was that the plea was not properly taken. Learned counsel submitted that whereas the 4th accused in the case faced only count 1 and the 1st Alternative count, the Court record indicated that the 4th accused pleaded to all the counts including those for which he had not been charged. Gakobo for the State submitted that the charges were properly framed and that they dully complied with the provisions of Section of the Criminal Procedure Code. Learned counsel further submitted that the charges disclosed an offence both in the Statement of the charge and in the particulars. Counsel submitted that if there were any defects in the charges, the same were curable under Section of the Criminal Procedure Code as they had not occasioned a failure of justice.

Furthermore, Counsel submitted that the Appellants should have raised the issue of those defects earlier during the proceedings as they were duly represented by Counsel throughout the trial in the lower court. Gakobo raised a pertinent issue concerning the timing of raising the issue of the defectiveness of the charge. Section of the Criminal Procedure Code provides: Provided that in determining whether an error, omission or irregularity has occasioned a failure of justice the court shall have regard to the question whether the objection could and should have been raised at an earlier stage in the proceedings.

Section of Criminal Procedure Code which the learned State Counsel cited as having been duly complied with and as the basis of her contention that the charges were proper was not what Mr. Bowry has complained about. Section of the Criminal Procedure Code sets out the rules for the proper framing of charges and information. It was not the framing of the individual charges that the learned counsel for the Appellants has complained about and the cited provisions under Section of the Criminal Procedure Code are not in issue. At that time there were five accused persons named in the charge. On 20th February the prosecution applied to put in a substituted charge which the trial court allowed.

In the substituted charge, the charges against the 5th accused BOC K limited were dropped. The substituted charged comprised one principle count of stealing and three alternative counts of handling stolen goods. Before substituting the charge, this is what CIP Kemboi, the court prosecutor said: I wish to amend the charge on the 1st alternative count instead of 4. We also wish to include another count of stealing. I therefore ask to withdraw the former charge sheet to substitute a new one. Counsel submitted that this was demonstrated by two facts.

One the police carried out two different investigations at the same time. Secondly the fact that the complaint made by BOC K limited was never investigated properly or at all.

That same was proof that the police were partisan in their investigations. Gakobo did not respond to this issue in her submissions except to say that Steal my virginity in mandera carried out were two, one of which was the subject matter of this case and the other one involving cylinders recovered in Kisumu and held by Embakasi Police Station. From the evidence adduced in this case, it is quite clear that there were in fact more than two investigations mandwra on vidginity the same time. The investigations which culminated with the charges in this case were one of them. The Complaint was that out of their cylinders were missing from the market.

That was not the first time that Onguti, PW10, was handling the Complaint. Onguti was aware of investigations being carried out by Rtd. The second investigations were by Superintendent John Maritim. Their ni was loss of their cylinders from the market which by manderq stood at about cylinders. The results of mandear investigations was not stated but SP Maritim admits that 30 gas cylinders were recovered and he also admits receiving a report from them on Prior to this PW9, Dr. William Sakari, had received a complaint from the 2nd and 3rd Appellant on Sakari sent officers who made a report exhibit 43 followed by his, exhibit 44, in which he declined to take any action.

The Complaint made by the 2nd and 3rd Appellant concerned unsafe gas cylinders in the market. The complaint was made through a letter written by the 4th accused in the case. G was using their cylinders. Okello also visited Express K and while there saw four categories of Gas Cylinders. Second category was those bearing GG, third category had markings of either Welgas or Personal Property both which were different gas companies. PW4 still took no action because according to him there was no proof that the cylinders were unsafe. It is rather strange for a whole Government Departmental Head to require proof of want of safety of products while it was the sole responsibility of that department not only to ensure but also to satisfy itself that safety standards were maintained.

It was after PW4 Eng. Okello and PW9 Dr. Sakari declined to act that the 2nd and 3rd Appellants visited SP Maritim on Issue is whether there was impropriety in police action. Both officers were not witnesses in this case. I think if people were expecting something else, it shows what they really wanted. Would the piece have even existed in its current state if there hadn't been such a media storm around it? The idea developed even more so because of the reaction: It just goes to show our obsession with virginity and gay sex. The nerves and feeling forced to penetrate my mouth with a banana foreshadows what society made me feel about my own virginity.

It was incredibly intimate and mentally exhausting. Some guy fumbled for his belt. He just assumed… There was another guy who pulled my hair back and was mimes thrusting banana down his throat. There were those points that made me feel a bit shaky. So, are you still a virgin? And also — this is my answer — I will never have sex. My art is my sexuality.


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