Maxine Wahome resumes career despite being under investigation for murder of boyfriend

Maxine Wahome has resumed her rally career after being charged with the murder of her boyfriend Assad Khan. Netizens are furious about this, citing the fact that Shaffie Weru was canceled for making offensive comments on radio, while Wahome is still being sponsored despite her murder charge.

Wahome claims that she is innocent and that she acted in self-defense. She was released on bail in March 2023 and is awaiting trial.

Some people support Wahome’s return to work, arguing that she is innocent until proven guilty. Others oppose it, arguing that she should be held to the same standards as Shaffie Weru, who was fired for his comments.

The debate raises important questions about justice and equality in Kenya. Why is it that some people are held to higher standards than others? Is it because of their gender, their social status, or something else?

It is important to note that Wahome has not been convicted of any crime. She is presumed innocent until proven guilty. However, it is also important to understand the anger of netizens who believe that she is being treated unfairly.

The case of Maxine Wahome is a complex one, and there is no easy answer. It is important to consider all sides of the issue before forming an opinion.

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