Awareness over Kenyan mules held in Hong Kong prisons

Father John Wotherspoon, a Catholic priest working in a prison chaplain in Hong Kong, is on a mission to find redress for Kenyans held in Hong Kong prisons over drug trafficking.
As the country's authorities fail to curb the flow of drug mules arriving in the city, Father Wotherspoon has started a campaign to raise awareness on the number of Africans locked up in prisons abroad. He also intends to make potential couriers think twice before being lured and used as drug mules. Most of the drug mules in Hong Kong prisons are Kenyan women, who are mothers serving 15 to 20 year prison sentences.