"I sold Chang'aa To Bury My Dead Husband's Body." Woman Confess Before The Court
By Wesleyhubb | self meida writer
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Dorothy Aoko, 50, has finally been released by Siaya County Court. These was after she Pleeded guilty and confessed that she sold Chang'aa to burry her dead husband's body.
Some police officers from Rarieda police station also acted as witnesses in the court during the case. According to them, Dorothy's husband hasn't been buried since there is no one to finance the burial.
Court Magistrate Mathenge after hearing the case. He finally realized Dorothy Aoko under Act that enables him to do so if it's the first case of the accused. But he also had to make Dorothy confirm that she won't repeat the same crime again.
Remember Dorothy Aoko was arrested on 10th February. These was after she was found selling Chang'aa. At that time she had 60 liters of Chang'aa written under her name. Dorothy Aoko was arrested in Rarieda sub county, Siaya county.
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