Police are searching for a Kenyan abortionist who is accused of raping patients and drinking while aborting unborn babies at an illegal abortion facility.
The Daily Nation reports a news exposé that aired earlier this week caught James Mugo Ndichu, also known as Mugo wa Wairimu, running an illegal abortion facility in Kayole, Eastlands, Kenya. Police reacted quickly to the news.
“We are looking for Mr Wairimu and we ask him to present himself to the police for questioning,” police told Nairobi News on Tuesday.
Wairimu also was arrested three years ago for similar charges, Nairobi News reports. However, there was not enough evidence to convict him.
Abortions are illegal in Kenya, except when the mother’s life is at risk.
Here’s more from the Daily Nation:
From conducting abortions, consuming alcohol inside the clinic as he attends to patients, the exposé drew ire from Kenyans on social media who called for his immediate arrest.
So rogue is Mr Wairimu that he extorts Sh23,000 from a woman whose daughter had just procured an abortion in the pretext that she was receiving treatment for an upset stomach.
In a rather shocking scene as the expose nears the end, Mr Wairimu conducts an interview for a new staff as a patient wails in the same room. Then Mr Wairium tells the interviewee to remove a stuck swollen swab from the patient’s body.
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In another scene, Mr Wairimu is seen giving a diagnosis seemingly drunk and then proceeds to demand Sh800 for drugs that cost only Sh40.
The exposé also featured the testimony of a woman who said Wairimu raped her after giving her a sedative at his abortion facility.
Sexual abuse by abortionists is not just a problem in third world countries or in illegal abortion practices. Abortionists in New Jersey, Arizona, North Carolina, Michigan and Massachusetts also have been charged and/or convicted of sexual abuse, sometimes of their patients.
Abortion facilities in America also have been caught covering up sexual abuse and agreeing to help undercover journalists posing as sex traffickers.