Home Court News Man accused of defiling a 2 yrs old child in church to be sentenced tomorrow.

Man accused of defiling a 2 yrs old child in church to be sentenced tomorrow.

by Robert Guyana

A man accused of defiling a two years old child at a church premises has pleaded guilty to the offense at Milimani Law Courts.

The man Erastus Kariuki appeared before a Milimani law courts magistrate and pleaded guilty to one count of defilement against the law.

He was accused that on July 3,2022 at around 3 pm at Zimmerman area within Kasarani sub-County .He unlawfully and intentionally used his genital organ namely penis to penetrate a genital organ namely vagina of a child P.N.B aged two years.

After pleading guilty to the offense the prosecution said that they were not ready with the facts because the child is being treated at Coma rock Hospital.

Police records indicate that the child was defiled around church premises.

The child was just playing outside while the church had a mini-haram bee and the suspect came in as one of the contributors.

The accused managed to contribute Sh 100 through another pastor.

In some few minutes the mother of the child heard her daughter crying only to be directed by her cry and found out the suspect who is unknown to tem holding her child on his thigh penetrating her just outside.

The mother screamed and rescued her daughter and ran towards the church only the mob came and started assaulting him.

He was rescued by some members of the church who took him to the police past Zimmerman.

The minor was taken to the MSF clinic and referred to Komarock Modern Hospital for correction and also the suspect was taken to health center for medical treatment and in stable condition.

He was later charged in court.

In mitigation, the accused told the court that he was bewitched in his mouth.

The accused will be sentenced tomorrow.

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