Kenyans selling babies for 2,000 shillings

Kenya is still leading in child trafficking incidents and week-old babies are sold for as little as Sh2,000, an MP has disclosed. "In most cases, the price is based on gender and race while other perpetrators ferry young girls, offer them accommodation and food and recover the expenses by sending them to the streets for sexual exploitation, Mbita MP Millie Odhiambo said. She was speaking during the launch of a report by Cradle Foundation, a child right's watchdog.

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