Corporal James Njuguna is facing a serious defilement allegations literally after being held at Kapenguria Police Station on Saturday.
A report covered by the Standard alleges that the suspect was housing a 17 year old form four student who went missing for some days before being caught red handed by his father who instead reported them to West County Sub-county officer commanding police division Kipkemboi Kirui.
Speaking to standard, Kirui opined that the two were arrested and their case has been forwarded to DCI kapenguria over pending investigations of a possible defilement upon which the police officer might be jailed as per the Education laws.
The girl whose name remain undisclosed however failed to spill any detail about the police officer with those carrying out investigations keen on finding the truth.
Meanwhile, let's wait and see if the allegations willbw prove right as per the evidence that will be collected evidence from investigations.
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