The court proceedings in a case where a man stood accused of defiling a 15-year-old girl in Nairobi almost disrupted when the accused was publicly identified by the complainant before the chief magistrate in the high court.
“Ni wewe ulinifanyia tabia mbaya, you are the one who did the bad manners to me,” the 15-year-old girl called out the suspect in court as the prosecutor tried to calm her.
According to prosecution reports, the man identified as Rasta (not the real name) is accused of defiling the 15-year-old girl in his statements, after posing as a good Samaritan helping the girl to find her way home.
The prosecutor further said the accused person a 15-year-old girl had sought motorcycle services from the suspect, to ride from a school to her residence near the town.
Instead of taking her through the normal route, he took the girl through a busy route to his homestead.
He asked her to follow him to his house on the pretext of offering her accommodation on that particular night. Instead, he forcefully drags her to his bedroom and defiles the girl repeatedly.
The statements filed in police station indicate the suspect told the police officers that he always had sexual fantasies with young girls, and the desire of having canal knowledge with the alleged girl saw this as a God sent opportunity.
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