A household, who is alleged to have stolen from her employer has been sentenced to 2 months jail term and a fine of 8000.
Rose Kemunto is said to have made away with some of the items from her boss. Who she says refused to honor their agreement on salary payment.
In a bid to secure her payment. Rose Kemunto is reported to have taken sweatpants, a small bath towel, car keys, and a suitcase from her boss.
Rose Kemunto's boss later reported the matter to the police. She was arrested and taken to court.
Where she pleaded to be guilty before the judge. Who gave her a 2-month jail term and a fine of 8000 shillings to pay.
However, details about her boss were not revealed according to the reports from media outlets.
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