Millicent Omanga, the Chief Administrative Secretary (CAS), has found herself at the center of a scandal involving an alleged intimate video. The former nominated senator has been the subject of intense online scrutiny, with the controversy dominating various digital platforms.
In response to the controversy, Omanga has turned to divine guidance, posting a biblical passage that appears to signal her resilience in the face of the storm. The post reads, “Behold, I have given you authority to tread on serpents and scorpions, and over all the power of the enemy, and nothing shall hurt you.”
The authenticity of the video remains in question, but the legal implications of its release are clear. In Kenya, the unauthorized publication of personal digital information is strictly prohibited under legislation passed in 2018.
Section 31 of the Kenyan Constitution outlines the legal consequences of sharing intimate or obscene images of another person without their consent. Those found guilty of such an offense may face a fine of up to 200,000 shillings, a prison sentence of up to two years, or both. As the digital jury deliberates on the origins of the alleged video, Omanga and those involved may soon face legal consequences for their actions