One Member of County Assembly in Kisii who was accused of forcing himself on a schoolgirl has been set free. The man was accused of committing the offence on the student but was acquitted by the court of law after the hearing and determination of his case.
Fred Nyachae, the Magwagwa Ward representative was presented before the Keroka Law Courts before Senior resident Magistrate, Mr Samwel Arome. After the hearing and considering of the evidence provided before court, the MCA was acquitted for lack of enough evidence from the complainant's side.
Photo: Mr Fred (middle) when he appeared in court - Courtesy
According to the case files, Nyachae was charged with committing the offence in Kisii town where he reportedly lured the 17-year-old minor into a guest house. It was further reported that he had committed the offence more than once with her in the same room. At that time, the minor was a student in Kisumu County.
According to the judge, the prosecution did not provide enough evidence against the MCA and that the accusation was only based on suspicion. Due to lack of enough evidence and witnesses, the MCA was acquitted.
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