FULL VIDEO: Shackles of Doom as Performed in Mombasa

Watch the entire controversial play “Shackles of Doom” as acted by Butere Girls High School during the Kenya Schools and Colleges Drama Festival.

"Shackles of Doom" gained national attention over the weekend after organizers of the drama festival initially dropped it from the schedule of plays saying it did not fit this year’s theme of the festival. There were also rumors that the play has been banned by the government as the government deemed it ethnically inciting.

The play was perfomed in front of a capacity audience of 400 at the Aga Khan High School auditorium in Mombasa. An additional 2,000 people who could not find room inside the auditorium gathered outside.

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The kids at Buter Girls' saw the future. According to this report of March 28, Beth Mugo resigned her ministerial position before being sworn in as nominated senator (http://bit.ly/YRXU5E). So what is the cousin to the president doing heading a Ministry of Health Delegation to Geneva. besides, the members of delegation reads like the Shackles of Doom: Beth Mugo (head of the delegation), Dr. Anne Wamae (Head of Family Health), Dr Sammy Mahugu (Head of Department, International Health - whatever that is), Dr. Francis M Kimani (Director of Medical Services), Mary Ngari (PS Medical Services). Besides Mugo wans't the former Minister for Medical Services, she was of public health. What is happening? Who decided on the members of the delegation?

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