Intersex Kenyans Want State Recognition

The intersex community chairperson, James Karanja, says that their rights are violated by the registrar of births through failure to issue them with a birth certificate and is calling for the enactment of laws that guarantee non-discrimination of intersex people in all spheres of life.

Ryan Muiruri 26, (left) with James Karanja, 26, a student of University of Nairobi during the press conference at Kasarani stadium.

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