Update 4/13/2018 Mrs Odondi was released today.
It is with great joy and gratitude that we can announce that Mrs. O is finally free. Thanks to everyone who supported this effort. Details pending.
Update: 4/4/2018 Mrs O not released despite promises
Over the Easter Weekend, Mrs. Odondi’s fine was lowered with the stipulation that it be raised by 4/1. When they raised that money, they demanded another $90. That last amount was raised beyond the deadline. According to Dancan (see comment below) the government retracted the offer and are again demanding the full $3800 fine. The Kikundi have raised $3000, only $800 remains.
To help raise funds to release Mrs Odondi from jail, the Kikundi have decided to offer sets of 6 Bilo for only $199. Individual bilo pieces are still available at only $40. If you have ever considered purchasing Bilo, now is the time. Go to Orgonite East Africa to purchase. For donations, see below.
History: In mid February, Mrs O was arrested in Kenya for mailing orgonite. The original post is here: Mrs Odondi’s Arrest in Kisumu
The situation escalated on February 26 when she was sentenced to either 3 years jail or $3800. While she personally has assured her children that she does not want them to pay such an exorbitant fine and is willing to wait out her term peacefully, it is unacceptable to the Kikundi to allow her to remain imprisoned so unjustly.
Update 3/4/2018: According to her family, Mrs. Odondi has become very ill.
She has a typhoid infection. Her family confirmed that the jail will only treat minor conditions and that they would have to come up with $45 to get ciprofloxacin to treat her medically. A good portion was raised already. We need to make sure she is also allowed to use a zapper to protect her health, and continue to boost her health remotely.
Update: 3/5/2018: The group raised the money for the medicine, because of the immediate threat to her health, the health of other inmates and the community at large. However, please note that according to the United Nations Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners (the Mandela Rules), all countries have a responsibility to protect the health of prisoners:
Rule 241The provision of health care for prisoners is a State responsibility. Prisoners should enjoy the same standards of health care that are available in the community, and should have access to necessary health-care services free of charge without discrimination on the grounds of their legal status.
*Due to risks and in accordance with Mrs. Odondi’s wishes, do not contact Kenyan authorities at this time concerning this issue.
Update 3/6/2018: Mrs. Odondi is thankfully getting better, due to concerted efforts from the group.
Important Update: 3/2/2018 Mrs O has expressed concern about challenging the police
From her family:
“When I took zapper to my mother this morning I showed her this details but she told that concerning the Kenya we have today such investigation against the police may endanger her life and the whole kikundi. So on this account she also objected the idea.”
For the moment, please focus on etheric work, donations, and promoting the Kikundi’s Bilo business. Mrs. O is understandably concerned about protecting her family, including the orphans in her care.
**How you can help free Mrs. Odondi**
We implore all gifters worldwide to assist in boosting Mrs O’s situation, calling attention to this outrage, and purchasing the Kikundi’s special Bilo Orgonite on Orgonite East Africa
1. Boost! Boost! Boost!
Please send as much loving, positive energy as you can, as often as you can. Please send energy to the valiant Mrs. Odondi directly, to her desperately worried family, to the Kikundi, to their new website, to the jail, the police, the town of Kisumu, and even all Kenya.
2. Purchase Bilo or Donate
The Kikundi have decided to offer a special sale to help raise funds to release Mrs. O and support her family. Even though the main goal is to get all the ridiculous charges dropped, her safety and health are at grave risk. Purchasing the Bilo also helps build the Kikundi’s business. Since at least one of the goals of this incarceration is to damage the business, supporting the business is a win/win for the Kikundi. If you have ever considered trying Bilo, NOW is the time.
Update 3/21: As Mrs. Odondi’s imprisonment has dragged on, it’s become increasingly difficult to keep up care for her children and the children of some of the Kikundi who have traveled to assist. The Kikundi have estimated that the children involved need $250/month.
Please, consider donating through Dancan’s paypal. Please specify if you would like the money to go to the children, Mrs. O’s release, or leave it to the discretion of the Kikundi.
Amount raised for the children in March is $200 out of $250
Amount raised for Mrs. Odondi’s release is $3800 out of $3800
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3. Shine a light on this injustice
Calling attention to the abuse the Kikundi have endured may be the factor that finally tips the scales. If you have an orgonite business, please send an email to your customers, requesting sales, donations, and boosts. If you don’t have a business, please consider who among your friends and contacts would be open to assisting (just don’t spam obviously). Send traffic to both Etheric Warriors and Orgonite East Africa.
Furthermore, please expose the Mrs. Odondi’s legal mistreatment to various concerned government bodies in Kenya. I have comprised a tentative list of contacts. If anyone finds any other good ones, please list them in the comments. Letters to editors of local papers are also a good target. Let them know that there are people around the world that are concerned and watching.
Note: Per Mrs. Odondi’s request, we are removing the links to the police related sites. Please focus on other aspects of this situation for now.
This is a rapidly changing situation and this post will be updated frequently.