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A man, who allegedly attacked a hospital technician, who was present during his niece’s surgery, was arraigned in a Kibera court.
Tony Maende is accused of assaulting a technician at a Parklands hospital but he pleaded not guilty when he appeared before Senior Principal Magistrate Derrick Kuto.
The incident took place on the March 2. This was after the complainant went to witness the surgery being done on a minor, aged 11 years. The complainant, from the department of Neuro-physiology, was so close to the minor during the surgery, which made the minor uncomfortable.
The minor is said to have informed her grandfather that the complainant was too close for her liking prompting him to send the accused to go and confirm the same.
The accused on his arrival started raining kicks and blows on the complainant injuring him on his cheeks accusing the technician of misbehaving.
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The accused denied the charges and asked the court to be lenient on him considering the current status of Covid-19 in the country. He was released on a cash bail of Sh10,000.