Exposing Webs of Lies Spun By Two Kenyan Women
Achieng Agutu's appearance on the Ellen De Generis Show where she lied about her background, evoked memories of Ann Ngirita who is accused of corruption and defrauding the National Youth Service. Ngirita got to stay in Germany after convincing authorities that she was seeking asylum for fear of forcibly undergoing female genital mutilation in 2014.
Nation, 12 May 2019
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From left: Ann Ngirita, who is being tried for alleged loss of money from the National Youth Service, filmmaker Wanuri Kahiu and Achieng Agutu.
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