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Woman in Linturi's Case Clears Air On Why She Withdrew From The Case

President William Ruto's nominee for the cabinet secretary for Agriculture position Mithika Linturi who was facing charges for allegedly sexually assaulting a woman has a reason to smile after the case was dropped.

The case was dropped yesterday after the woman accepted to withdraw and settle the matter outside the court of law.

The prosecutor in the case involving the two confirmed that the woman willingly accepted to withdraw from the case and settle the matter outside court.

"She confirmed that she had willingly agreed to withdraw the complaint without any force or threats and that she did not intend to raise any other claim against Mr Linturi in the future, Prosecutor Nyakira Kibera asserted.

The magistrate who was hearing the matter revealed that the woman voluntarily accepted to settle the matter occepted to use other means to settle the matter out of court. 

He added: "I also examined the complainant on the voluntariness of her decision to withdraw the complaint. She confirmed that she had willingly agreed to withdraw the complaint without any force or threats and that she did not intend to raise any other claim against Mr Linturi in the fu ture."

The Magistrate ordered that Linturi be refunded the Ksh 200,000 bail he had paid over the case.

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