Police in Nairobi are investigating an incident where a man forced himself on a student before throwing her out of the house. The student narrated how the man she had known through her friend turned out to be inhumane.
She says that he assaulted her and forced her her out of his house at night after committing the heinous act on her.
The Second Year student at one university in Nairobi had visited the man at his home in South C. The man who was identified as Abdirizak Adan Abdulahi assaulted her on at his home in Mugoya, Nairobi.
Before the incident the man in question was joined by his friends who started drinking and dancing. Abdulahi had called her at around 3 p.m. that day requesting that she visits him. He paid for her Uber ride, welcome her to the house and served her juice together with the other guests.
After some time, he ushered her into one of the rooms in the house where he begun assaulting her. He forced her to take off everything before forcing himself on her.
After what she had gone through, she asked him to pay for her ride back to the university hostels where she was staying. The man refused to open the door and upon insisting, he threw her out of the house and instructed the watchman not to open the gate of the estate.
It is then that she opted for spending the cold night by the gate. In the morning around 4 a.m, she asked for help back to school.
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