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Kenyan woman charged with having sex with a boy in police cells



A 23-year-old woman has been charged with defiling a Standard Eight boy in a police cell where they had been detained for different offences.

But when she appeared at Milimani Law Courts on Wednesday, Naomi Nechesa Sanya denied that she engaged in sex with the underage boy at the Riruta Police Station on Sunday night.

Senior Principal Magistrate Kennedy Cheruiyot heard the accused, who is being investigated for the offence of murder, met the complainant along the corridors of the police station cells.

“The 15-year-old boy had been arrested over a drug-related offence and could not be detained with adults in the cells,” State prosecutor Kennedy Panyako told the magistrate.


The prosecutor said the boy was in the corridors of the police station when the accused bumped into him.

The accused denied two counts of defilement and indecent assault.

Nechesa applied to be released on reasonable bond terms, saying “I have an 11-month-old baby who is breastfeeding.”

She further pleaded, “Since my arrest and detention on Sunday I have not seen my baby neither have I breastfed her.”

The accused told the magistrate it is the child’s right to be breastfed and separating her from her mother is a breach of the baby’s rights to suckle and to motherly care and attention.

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“I urge this court, in the name of my child’s rights, [to] release me on bond or direct police to go to my residence and pick my baby and reunite her with me at the police station,” Nechesa pleaded.


She said that she will plead guilty to the murder charge once investigations are completed.

Mr Panyako opposed the bail plea, saying murder investigations were underway.

In his ruling, Mr Cheruiyot directed police to reunite the woman with her baby so that she can breastfeed her.

“I direct police pick the baby from the suspect’s residence then take her to the accused at the Riruta Police Station to breastfeed her,” the magistrate said.

He also ordered that the defilement case be heard Thursday since the boy is being held in a children’s detention home.

The magistrate further directed that Nechesa remain in custody to help police to conclude the capital offences investigations.

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The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) is in crisis after insisting that teachers eyeing promotions to secondary school principal positions must have attained a Master’s degree.

Several tutors were locked out of interviews in spite of being shortlisted.  The interviewees were shocked when they arrived at the interview centers to be barred for failing to meet the new requirement.

In counties like Narok, Kericho, Bomet, only five candidates were cleared to sit for the interviews out of the 17 shortlisted candidates for secondary school principal positions.

“Only five of us were cleared to enter Kaplong Boys Secondary School in Sotik Constituency, Bomet County, which was the venue of the interviews for those from the South Rift on Friday,” said a candidate who was among those locked out of the interviews.

He added: “TSC should come out and clear the air on why we were shortlisted and invited for the interviews only to be turned away at the gate for lack of Master’s degree certificates.”

Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers (Kuppet) and the Kenya National Union of Teachers (Knut) have since demanded the interviews be called off and the exercise be started anew in the spirit of fairness.

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Ms Nancy Macharia, the TSC chief executive, admitted that material issues had been brought up by the teachers and trade unions which needs to be addressed.

“Concerns have been raised by the teachers, with Kuppet having formally written to TSC on the matter,” said Ms Macharia.

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Intimacy gone wrong: Woman bites, spits boyfriend’s tongue



Police in Naivasha are hunting for a woman accused of biting off her boyfriend’s tongue during kissing over the weekend.

The unidentified woman aged 23, allegedly tore off her boyfriend’s tongue on Saturday evening, spat it out onto the floor before fleeing the scene.

“The two had been drinking for some time when the man started kissing the woman and it’s not clear what caused the woman to turn against her lover,” said Francis Wahome, who witnessed the bizarre incident.

Witnesses said part of the tongue was literally left wagging. The sorry incident which occurred in a bar lit up a discussion among residents in the area.

According to Wahome, the motive behind the attack was still a mystery to them as the man could not talk.He said that the two were well known as they have been lovers and were frequent visitors to the bar.

“After biting and cutting off a very big chunk of the tongue, the woman fled leaving the man writhing in pain and was rushed to the hospital,” he said.

Area Chief Hassan Guyo confirmed the incident adding that police were looking for the suspect while the man was in great pain and but undergoing treatment.Guyo admitted that it left many questions unanswered adding that only the victim and the suspect could reveal more.“The man cannot talk as a big part of his tongue is missing while the suspect responsible for the attack has gone missing,” he said.

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Meanwhile, the search for a man who was washed away by River Malewa in Naivasha last week entered the fourth day.Friends and relatives gathered at the banks of the swollen river with divers unable to venture into the gushing waters in Olmagogo area.

According to a local elder Amos Kimani, the missing man was a worker in the nearby Morendat farm and was in the line of duty when the incident occurred.“At the moment there is very little that we can do but wait for the body to float as it’s very dangerous to enter into the river at the moment,” he said.Two weeks ago, the river burst its banks flooding nearby farms and homes but the levels have since dropped.

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Motorists get slight price reprieve in festive season




Drivers will take delight in a slight reprieve at the pump this festive season after prices of petroleum products dropped.

Petrol, diesel and kerosene will for the next 30days retail at a lower price, having declined by Sh1.09, Sh2.83 and Sh1.75 respectively in Nairobi, according to the monthly pricing review.

A litre of petrol in the city will sell at Sh109.50, diesel at Sh101.78 and Sh102.31.

The fuel prices are inclusive of a value-added tax of eight percent introduced in the Finance Act, 2018.

“The changes in this month’s prices are as a consequence of the average landed cost of imported petrol by 0.52 per cent from $463.24 per cubic metre in October 2019 to $460.83 per cubic metre in November 2019,” said the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority in its pricing guide.

From October 14 to November 15, consumers had to cope with higher margins for oil selling companies after the price increased Sh10.89 to Sh 12.39 per litre.

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