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Olive hotel manager apologises over breastfeeding saga


breastWomen today today took to the streets to demonstrate against the alleged harassment of a breast feeding mother that took place at olive restaurant in town.

The demonstrators marched from freedom corner to parliament buildings to air thier petition and later on went to olive restaurant demanding for an apology from the restaurant management.

The incident  caused public outrage on social media after a woman was asked to cover her baby while breast feeding .

The hotel manager Moses Wambua has apologized to the mothers and has promised to investigate the matter fully.

Kenya Association of breast feeding mothers representative Rita Kigera  called upon the President to sign the breast feeding bill 2017 in to law.

The bill proposes that companies , public and social joints with a population of not less than 30 mothers  should provide specified areas where mothers can breast feed , refrigerators  also be provided for storage of baby food.