Muslims for Human Rights

[VIDEO] Coverup? Police, doctors frustrate autopsy of youth murdered in Covid-19 curfew

Police and doctors at Kwale Subcounty Hospital are frustrating the postmortem of Erick Ng’ethe, a 22-year-old who cops murdered during coronavirus curfew. MUHURI and the deceased’s family suspects a possible

[VIDEO] Rage mounts as police murder Kwale youth during coronavirus curfew

Police have murdered a 22-year-old youth in Kwale after they savagely battered his head using a wooden club during coronavirus curfew. Erick Ng’ethe’s corpse is lying at Kwale mortuary awaiting
Kenya Red Cross personnel assist a local police brutalized at the Likoni crossing channel on March 27, 2020.

[VIDEO] Okoa Mombasa: County police boss planned ferry violence, must resign

Mombasa County Commissioner Gilbert Kitiyo premeditated and planned police violence against locals at Likoni channel, which occurred March 27, 2020, Okoa Mombasa has said. The coalition is demanding Kitiyo’s resignation,
Covid-19. Handwashing at Likoni crossing channel.

Coronavirus attacks, fears rekindle HIV-AIDS stigma

Covid-19, the infectious disease caused by a new novel coronavirus, is having a significant impact on the world, and now, in Kenya. The fear of Covid-19 is not in doubt.

Covid-19: Disclosing patients’ identities, details can jeopardize war against pandemic

The World Health Organization (WHO), on March 14, 2020, declared coronavirus a global pandemic. And since then, government officials have constantly updated citizens on new cases, always providing emergency measures

[VIDEO] Coronavirus: How to wash your hands to avoid infection

Coronavirus is here, spreading rapidly. As of March 18, 2020, the virus had claimed 8,000 lives globally, with over 200,000 confirmed cases. As the pandemic ravages the world, the situation

COVID-19: Kenya-Tanzania border closed, 13 Chinese deported, and Lamu yet to set isolation rooms

As the global coronavirus death toll nears 8,000, and 200,000 confirmed cases looming, MUHURI continues with its vigilance, at least, to keep the pandemic at bay. Kenya’s Health Minister, Mutahi
Judge John Mativo at Milimani Law Courts on March 11, 2020.

[VIDEO] BBI intrigues: Another judge recuses as Uhuru is faulted for funding initiative

President Uhuru Kenyatta breached the law when he used public resources, including funds, to start a popular initiative for amending the Constitution, a court has heard. This even as justice
Nursat Mohammed - community engagement activist.

[VIDEO] International Women’s Day: My mental health journey

This is an inspirational story for women suffering from mental health. To majority hurting in silence, find encouragement and hope from this piece.
The entrance of 'Mama Ngina' Waterfront park, Mombasa.

State hand in cancellation of public hearing to delete ‘Mama Ngina’ from park’s name

Mombasa County Assembly on March 4, 2020, cancelled a public hearing that would have defeated internal colonialism and restore the historical and cultural heritage of Kenya’s Coast.  Clerk Salim Juma,

Okoa Mombasa: Changamwe residents want to control, benefit from local resources

Changamwe residents in Mombasa have spoken out – they want control over the county economy. And they are demanding local recourses to first benefit them, in agreement with the goal
Devolution CS Eugene Wamalwa and Governor Mike Sonko at State House, after signing the deed of transfer of functions from the Nairobi County Government to the national government.

[STATEMENT] Illegal takeover of devolution will not be allowed

On February 25, 2020, Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko surrendered key functions of the devolved unit to the National Government. These functions include: i) County Health services ii) County Transport services

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