Incidents of robberies in the country and especially Nairobi County have been on the rise with the security officials being put to take to bring down these cases.
Picture courtesy. Image used for illustration.
The Father, is said to have been in the chapel when the accused person, identified as Thiong'o allegedly sneaked into the room and made away with the aforementioned cash.
The Father, who was visibly shocked when he came back to his bedroom and found that the money was not where he had left it, called the watchman who said that Thiong'o had earlier on entered the house.
Denis Thiong'o was later on arrested and placed under custody and was arraigned at the Kibera Law Courts today.
He pleaded not guilty and was released on a 50,000 shillings cash bail with the hearing not yet set.
Picture courtesy. Denis Thiong'o.
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