Millicent Omanga Video Viral online: Millicent Omanga, who works for the Ministry of Internal Security, has spoken out after what is said to be an intimate video of her went viral last night.
Omanga put a Bible verse on her Facebook page. The verse says that God tells his people that he has given them strength and that nothing can hurt them.
“Look, I’ve told you to walk on snakes, scorpions, and all of the enemy’s forces, and nothing will hurt you.” Luke 10:19. “Good morning, all,” Omanga wrote.
Omanga is seen in a bed in a video that has been going around. She is wearing the same dress she wore when she helped plant trees.
Millicent Omanga Video Leaked Online
It’s not clear if the video is real or if someone with bad intentions made it up and put it online.
Some of her fans are defending the CAS by saying it was a secret plan to ruin Omanga’s name.
Leaking someone else’s digital information online is against the law. It is part of the Computer Misuse and Cybercrime Act, which was passed in 2018 by Uhuru Kenyatta, who is now the former president.
Section 31 of Kenya’s constitution, which says what is and isn’t a crime, says:
“Anyone who transfers, publishes, or transmits an intimate or obscene image of another person, including making a digital image accessible for distribution or download via a telecommunications network or any other means of computer data transfer, commits an offense and will be held legally responsible. If found guilty, they will have to pay a fine of up to two hundred thousand shillings or spend up to two years in jail, or both.
Karen Nyamu, who was chosen to be a senator, came to her defense and told Kenyans to stop acting like they sleep in clothes.
Ms. Nyamu asked on her Facebook page what the person who shared the alleged video was trying to do, and she made it clear that some things can’t shake the CAS.
“Yes, mnanitumia, I have seen the video. There’s nothing to be embarrassed about at all. We have all been sleeping butt-naked at some point. What’s all the fuss about? The focus needs to switch right away from the woman to the idiot who took that video. Kwani wewe ni mtoto? What do you want to do?
There are some women you just can’t beat,” Karen wrote.
Millicent Omanga was then told to keep her head up.
On the other hand, the former governor of Nairobi, Mike Sonko, said that the CAS was just resting on her stomach after “a long day of planting trees.”