Kenya to ban private children’s homes over trafficking fears ☞ BBC News

The law recommended placing children without families in alternative care such as guardianship, foster care placement and adoption to curb the abuse and trafficking of children.
There have been widespread concerns about the exploitation of children in Kenya’s orphanages and children’s homes.
In 2017, a non-governmental organisation, Stahili Foundation, said that some orphanages and children’s homes in Kenya convince families to give away their children before using them to solicit donations.”

Death Toll From Kenyan Doomsday Cult Crosses 300 – VOA

“A total of 303 people have now died after 19 bodies were exhumed from mass graves in Shakahola forest in the country’s southeast. More than 600 people are still reported missing, regional official Rhoda Onyancha said.”

Kenya denies claims of being hacked by China ☞ The East African

“In a statement released on Thursday evening by Interior Principle Secretary Raymond Omollo, the government said the allegations presented in the article were not subjected to authoritative proof of existence by the relevant persons from both the Kenyan and the Chinese governments.”