Incidents where Househelps have turned evil and done unspeakable things to their employers kids have been on the rise in the country in the past few years.
The National Police Service has however done its best to ensure that the culprits are brought to book for their heinous crimes as per the reports that we have with us this evening.
This evening, according to the available reliable reports that we have received from Daily Nation Newspaper, a Househelp has been arraigned in court after being caught on CCTV kissing as well as fondling a two year old kid.
The boy's mother is said to have been checking in on her son via a CCTV camera that she had installed in her house and went on to connect it to her mobile phone.
She confronted the Househelp with the video clip where she was reportedly shown kissing the two year old boy before going on to lie on top of him.
The house help who is identified as Joyce Mwangi was arrested after performing the incident at Soweto Estate in Embakasi East Constituency in Nairobi County.
She is said to have been released by the court on a bond of 500,000 Kenya shillings without an option of a cash bail.
Let us know your thoughts and opinions on this latest development in the comments section below this article.
Picture courtesy. Joyce Mwangi who was arraigned before the court in Makadara Law Courts in Nairobi for the crime of performing an indecent act with a minor.
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