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Disabled Woman Who Was Harassed by Nairobi County Askaris Finally Bags Kshs 5 Million Tender

Jennifer Munyiva, a disabled woman who was harassed and dragged by Nairobi County askaris in 2022, has finally bagged a Kshs 5 million tender to supply goods and services to the Nairobi County Government.

Munyiva’s win is a major victory for people with disabilities and a reminder that anything is possible if you never give up on your dreams.

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In March 2022, Munyiva was selling fruits and vegetables in Nairobi’s Central Business District when she was approached by a group of askaris. The askaris demanded that she pay a bribe, but Munyiva refused. The askaris then proceeded to harass and drag her, even though she was in a wheelchair.

A video of the incident went viral on social media, sparking outrage and condemnation from Kenyans across the country. The askaris were eventually arrested and charged with assault, but the incident left Munyiva traumatized.

Despite the trauma she experienced, Munyiva refused to give up on her dreams. She continued to work hard and save up money. In early 2023, she decided to bid for a Kshs 5 million tender to supply goods and services to the Nairobi County Government.

Munyiva was up against several other bidders, but her determination and perseverance paid off. She won the tender in February 2023, and is now in the process of delivering goods and services to the Nairobi County Government.

Munyiva’s win is a major victory for people with disabilities. It shows that people with disabilities are capable of achieving anything they set their minds to. It also sends a strong message to the Nairobi County Government that they need to do more to support people with disabilities.

In an interview with a local news station, Munyiva said that she is grateful for the opportunity to serve the Nairobi County Government. She also said that she hopes her story will inspire other people with disabilities to pursue their dreams.

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“I want to show the world that people with disabilities are capable of anything,” Munyiva said. “I never gave up on my dreams, and now I am living proof that anything is possible.”

Munyiva’s win is a testament to her strength and resilience. It is also a reminder that we need to do more to support people with disabilities and create a more inclusive society.

Impact of Munyiva’s win on people with disabilities

Munyiva’s win is a major victory for people with disabilities in Kenya. It is a sign that the government is finally starting to recognize the potential of people with disabilities and is willing to give them opportunities to succeed.

Munyiva’s win is also an inspiration to other people with disabilities. It shows them that it is possible to overcome adversity and achieve their dreams.

Munyiva’s win is likely to have a positive impact on the lives of people with disabilities in Kenya. It is likely to lead to more opportunities for people with disabilities to participate in the workforce and to contribute to society.

What can the government do to support people with disabilities?

The government can do a number of things to support people with disabilities, including:

  • Providing more opportunities for people with disabilities to participate in the workforce
  • Creating more accessible public spaces and transportation
  • Investing in education and training programs for people with disabilities
  • Raising awareness of the rights of people with disabilities

By taking these steps, the government can create a more inclusive society where people with disabilities have the same opportunities as everyone else.

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