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Justice Finally Served For A Man Who Defiled and Impregnated Daughter

A man who defiled and impregnated his daughter will spend the relaxation of his existence in jail after the Siaya High Court brushed aside his appeal.

According to the sexual act of 2006 that states that, "Any character who attempts to unlawfully and deliberately an act which reasons penetration with his or her genital organs is responsible to an offence of attempted rape and is responsible upon conviction for imprisonment for a term which shall now not be much less than 5 years but which might also be enhanced to lifestyles imprisonment".

Samson Onyango of Ulumbi Village in Ugenya Sub County used to be discovered guilty of incest and defilement before Senior Resident Magistrate Gladys Adhiambo of Ukwala Court on August 31, 2018.

Onyango, forty eight years old, had defiled the minor (name withheld) and threatened to kill her with a knife if she revealed to anybody about the ordeal of that horrific Sunday night, whilst her mother used to be away from home, the 13-year-old told the court.

Mercy Adhiambo, a instructor at the Guidance and Counselling Department at Sikalame Primary School instructed the court docket that she got suspicious over the child’s unexpected absenteeism and apparently bad health.

Adhiambo stated that she reached out to the pupil who used to be initially resentful however with time opened up and she took her to Sikalame Dispensary, where she was once determined to be expectant. The minor was a type seven pupil at that time.

Afterwards DNA record executed by means of Ambira Sub-County Hospital published that the female and her son shared the identical father.

Onyango in his attraction sought for leniency on grounds that the DNA report was once produced via unqualified person and that the sentence was excessive.

But Lady Justice Roseline Aburili in her judgment dismissed the appeal on grounds that the victim was traumatized and is the one who asked for her father to be sentenced for life and that the punishment is for protection of society against predators like the appellant.

“The sufferer feels more pained than the courts which are in basic terms involved in passing lawful sentence,” Aburili added.

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Guidance and Counselling Department Mercy Adhiambo Samson Onyango Sikalame Ugenya

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