Man defiles two teenagers for a whole night
By Philemon Muiruri
| June 14th 2016
A man has been sentenced to serve twenty years behind bars after he was found guilty of defiling two teenage girls. The man appeared before the magistrate in a Nakuru court. He was charged of defiling the two girls between 13th and 14th May 2014 in his House at Nakuru County.
It was reported that on the supposed day, the two school girls approached the accused at Nakuru town on 13th May 2014 at 5pm and asked him to direct them to their relative identified by one name, Kimiu who was working as a conductor at Nakuru bus station with the accused.
After meeting the relative, he later took them to the accused where they were forced to spend the night. That was when the accused forcefully defiled them in turns the whole night. It was until the following day when the two girls met the area chief who inquired to know why they were not in school.
That was when they narrated the ordeal. The two girls aged 14 and 13 years were taken to hospital for medical checkup and it was found that they had been defiled and they had injuries in their private parts. The chief later facilitated the apprehension of the suspect at Murunyu village in Nakuru County.
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