|Susan Nyambura [Photo:Standard]|
By James Munyeki
There was mixed reactions of shock and laughter at a Nyahururu court after a middle-aged woman admitted stalking a 36 year old teacher.
Nyahururu principal Magistrate Denis Mikoyan heard that the trader at Ol Jororok township in Nyandarua west district had been stopping the primary school teacher by the road several times calling for love.
The court also heard that the woman had visited the man several times at his home to begging to be loved.
Standing steadily at the dock, the woman admitted that it was love that had caused her do all this.
“I only want to live with the man who I believe is the love of my life and I plead with the court to advise him to love me. I would not have gone this far if I did not have true love for him,” she said.
Asked if she knew that the man was married with children, she said that she only learnt of it last Sunday when she visited his home.
She said that she found children playing at the home while their mother washing clothes outside.
The magistrate released Nyambura on a Sh 5,000 cash bail awaiting ruling on October 2 this year.