Father Kizito molested many underage boys from poor backgrounds as well as former street kids. Just like the wazungus at the coast fucking underage Kenyan girls and getting away with it because they’re ’important’ & dishing money.
The Italians were able to use funds donated to charity for street kids rehabilitation to buy his way out with some of the boys, their greedy guardians and law enforcement.
When Father Kizito was arrested and displayed on front page newspapers shackled in the back of a police car, he retained a top criminal defence lawyers who did his thing with the prosecutors and clerks at Kibera law courts and his file disappeared mysteriously.
Money was poured.
Former Archbishop of Nairobi Cardinal John Njue was aware and instead of demanding justice for homeless kids of poor Africans, he silently sided abd assisted where he could for the matter to go away.
You’re aware how American law enforcement and judiciary deal with priests who molest kids. The American justice system doesn’t care if you’re the pope. They’ll investigate and jail anyone found guilty.
Kizito was running a gay sex cult in the guise of charity and trust me most (not all) of the victims who are over 18 years today will testify. It’s Stockholm syndrome on steroids.
He would even make advances on male staff (young guys) and those who turned down his advances were somehow fired. Those who accepted kept their jobs and easy access to plenty of money (plucked from donor funds of course).
I once worked there.
Even those he sponsored academically, there was a gay sex angle. If you said no you were out. Even those young guys you saw on TV vehemently defending him. 90% have been fucked & benefited monetarily. Even the husband of the lady who was heading the organization at that time…that husband was Kizito’s wife yaani. All for money…the victims of the rape & statutory rape never got justice.
About child rape and defilement in the Roman Catholic Church
There’s some debate about the total number of Catholic priests, brothers and school officials who have been accused of sexual abuse. As of Nov. 11, Bishop Accountability, a website that tracks accusations, has named 6,433 priests, brothers and Catholic school officials accused of abuse.