A Principal Secretary by the name Julius Korir was charged in court over beating his wife was just to deliver three days later.
"She says was heavily pregnant with their second child at the time and delivered three days later; PS Korir tore my dress and beat me, wife tells court", The Star Kenya reported.
Kakamega County Deputy Governor Hon Ayub Savula has responded to PS Julius Korir. DG Hon Ayub Savula said the PS nominee who will work in the Prime Cabinet minister's office is one Julius Korir charged with beating his pregnant wife over food. How such a glutton and batterer ended up as PS under Hon Musalia Mudavadi a gentleman and a family man is a 7th wonder of UDA.
"The PS nominee who will work in the Prime Cabinet minister's office is one Julius Korir charged with beating his pregnant wife over food. How such a glutton and batterer ended up as PS under Hon Musalia Mudavadi a gentleman and a family man is a 7th wonder of UDA", stated Hon Ayub Savula.
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