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Middle aged woman charged with spiking her victim’s drink at a club in Embakasi.

by Robert Guyana

A middle aged woman has been charged with spiking a man and stealing from him Sh 1Million.

Virginia Wangui Thiga appeared before a nairobi court and denied two counts of Stupefying and stealing.

She was accused that on May 29,2021 at Rytas Guest House in Umoja Estate Nairobi within Nairobi County, jointly with another not before court with intent to steal, administered Salicylates poisoning (APYCY) a stupefying drug to Bernard Cheruiyot ChirChir.

In the second count, Wangui was charged that on similar dates and place stole one Huawei Y9 mobile phone valued at Sh 30,000,one equity Bank ATM Card and Cash money all valued at Sh 1,128,200 the property of Cheruiyot.

According to the DCI, the victim was having drinks in a popular joint together with a male frind before two ladies stepped into the bar and later joined their table.

“The man together with a male friend were enjoying their drinks at the popular joint, when all of a sudden two light skinned ladies stepped into the bar. The men beckoned them to join their table but the beauties were hesitant and appeared not interested in their vibe. However, after some few minutes they changed their minds, much to the delight of the two men and joined their table,” said the DCI

The four later left to a guest house but the man’s colleague left after a while leaving the victim in the company of the two ladies and that was all he could recollect of the incident.

“All the man could recollect was being given some pieces of chicken by the two ladies, before he passed out and found himself at a city hospital, with doctors fighting to save his life,” the DCI stated

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