Alex Opicho Wafula, 28 yearsold man who was alledged to have defiled a four years old girl was positive identified by the girl and arraigned in court.
From a reliable source , the mother of the girl noticed that all was not well for her little girl after seeing her uniform stained with blood.
She asked her to undress to confirm her worries and she realized that the girl had been defiled.
Together with her husband they took the girl to the hospital where doctors report confirmed that she had been defiled.
They interrogated the girl and she revealed that a cook in their school, did the heinous act to her behind their classwhile the teacher was away.
They then reported the case to the police station and with the help of the police they went to Upper Hill Day Nursery School to identify the culprit, and the girl positively identified him among the other 3 cooks who were paraded before them while crying.
With all the evidence leading to him he was arrested and was arraigned in court to answer his charges as investigation continue.
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