A primary school teacher was on Sunday arrested and prosecuted for 20years in prison for allegedly defiling a grade six pupil in his house during the break time.
While reading his verdicts in court, the judge said the suspect will be jailed for 20 Years in Prison, to stand as a lesson to those who maybe having the same behaviors.
According to prosecution reports, Fredrick Mwangi, who has been teaching standard 1 to 6 pupils at his village Primary School, allegedly defiled a 12-year-old standard 6 pupil before the villagers and authorities got wind of his actions.
Angry residents, led by their village elder John Mwangi, stormed the accused’s house after the minor informed the elders that the man had been repeatedly defiling them.
The residents frog-marched the teacher a few meters from his house, chained him using ropes before flogging him mercilessly.
Police arrived at the scene, where they arrested the teacher and took the victim to a nearby dispensary for medications.
According to the victim's mother, who positively identified the teacher as the perpetrator, said it's not the first time for the alleged suspect defiling the young children in the village, for he has been having the same behavior since.
The latest incident involved a 12-year-old class 5 girl from the school where he has been teaching.
The suspect also admitted to being in an affair with a 16-year-old Form 2 student and two other minors in primary school.
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