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Police officer caught having sex with a Form Four student in a lodging



An Administration Police officer was on Wednesday arrested after he was found in a Kilgoris lodging with a Form Four student.

The two were flushed out from a room in Josvin Bar by officers from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations at around 8pm on Tuesday.

Trans Mara West Deputy County Commissioner Mohamed Noor Hassan said the AP officer will be arraigned after investigations are complete.

The girl, who is a KCSE candidate, is doing her exams under tight security in one of the schools in Narok County after she was moved from her previous exam centre where the AP officer was manning.

The officer is among thousands of security personnel deployed to secure schools as candidates sit for the national exams.

Mr Noor said the duo spent the night in police cells but the girl was released to go continue with her exams.

“The girl who is below 18 years and will also have to undergo a medical test to ascertain whether she was defiled,” said Mr Noor.

According to Mr Alex Tampushi, who witnessed the arrest, detectives had tried to downplay the incident but angry residents pressured them to take action.

“We forced them to re-arrest the officer after they released him under unclear circumstances,” said Mr Tampushi.

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He said the detectives took away packets of condoms from the lodging as exhibit.


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Mother gets eight years for planning to kill son, self



A 26-year-old woman has been slapped with an eight-year jail term after she pleaded guilty to attempted murder and attempted suicide.

Kakamega Chief Magistrate Bildad Ochieng’ overlooked a probation report recommending that she be put on a non-custodial sentence to enable her undergo psychological counselling.

Halima Sheillah Bwakali pleaded guilty to the charge of attempted murder against her four-year-old son who escaped death by whisker after his mother forced her to ingest diaxonal poison.

She is said to have committed the felonies on December 23, 2018 at their Kisa North home, Khwisero sub-county.

In his judgment yesterday, Magistrate Ochieng’ noted that life is paramount and it is the duty of the court to protect the lives of citizens.

“Her attempt to kill the defenseless child as well as trying to commit suicide to escape the punishment should not be taken lightly. She was expected to show care for her child, but she turned out to be his tormentor. It is only by God’s grace that the child survived the poison,” said the magistrate.

Halima also admitted committing a charge of attempted suicide after a confrontation with her mother over her (Halima’s) drinking habit.

She had on the fateful morning been involved in a quarrel with her mother, Ruth Auma, who had ordered her to vacate her house over her alcoholic behaviour

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Source: Standard Media

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Kenyans shocked as Chief Justice is seen at a rally attended by President & his deputy



Kenyans have hit out at Chief Justice David Maraga, accusing him of embarrassing and dishonouring the legal profession after he attended a public rally addressed by President Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto in Kisii.

President Kenyatta, Dr Ruto and opposition leader Raila Odinga on Wednesday toured Kisii County, where they launched new facilities at the referral hospital, and Mr Maraga attended the event.

Critics, including senators, have raised questions why the CJ attended the meeting which they termed a ‘political function’.

“There is no day in the history of this country that a CJ attended a political event. In terms of decorum, it is a very bad manners,” Senate Minority Leader James Orengo said.

Mr Orengo said the CJ had brought dishonour to the courts.

“When you have a situation where the Chief Justice is turning in line in a crowd and waiting to be recognised, in terms of judicial decorum, it is very bad manners,” Mr Orengo said.

Bungoma Senator Moses Wetang’ula expressed disappointment at the CJ for thanking the Executive “for bringing development to his area”.

“He is not the Chief Justice of Kisii. He is the Chief Justice of the Republic of Kenya,” Mr Wetang’ula said.

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Other Kenyans took to social media to express their anger. Nairobi Lawyer Nelson Havi posted on Twitter: “It is going to be difficult for CJ David Maraga to extricate himself from the public perception that he has been taken hostage by the Executive or has willingly joined it. A CJ cannot be doing this. Not under The Constitution of Kenya, 2010.”

Abuga Makori tweeted, “I am a disturbed man simply because of our judiciary. CJ Maraga travelled from Nairobi to Kisii on Wednesday to attend to a roadside rally. I expected him to tour only Kisii Teaching and Referral Hosptial but saw him with politicians in town.”

Another Twitter user said, “Maraga’s high office demands all impartiality in all arenas. He stooped so so low by presenting himself as one of the mtu wa mkono in Kisii.’

Source: Daily Nation

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PHOTOS: See how gay couples turned up in court for their hearing



Kenya’s LGBT community on Friday turned up in large numbers at the High Court for the ruling on decriminalisation of gay sex which was postponed to May.

Same sex couples were present, some donning matching outfits while holding hands, hoping for a ruling, Nairobi News reported

Gays were all dolled up with makeup and wigs as dapper partners suited up and wore bow ties for the occasion.

The LGBT community hugged and chit chatted outside the court moments before the court session begun.

Members of LGBT community at the High Court on February 22, 2019 during landmark ruling on the decriminalisation of gay sex in Kenya. PHOTO | JEFF ANGOTE


They were hopeful that the colonial-era laws which criminalise homosexuality would be scrapped off.

When it was time to enter the courtroom, the lovey-dovey couples walked hand in hand and sat side by side as Judge Chacha Mwita conveyed his colleagues’ apologies and consequent postponement of the ruling.

Members of LGBT community at the High Court on February 22, 2019 during landmark ruling on the decriminalisation of gay sex in Kenya. PHOTO | JEFF ANGOTE

Source: Nairobi News, photo credits, JEFF ANGOTE

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