Benson Muchiri, a police officer attached to National police station Kiganjo in Nyeri county found himself in the wrong and was arrested on Friday 21st January 2022 after he allegedly slept with 22-year-old saloons who boarded his vehicle on her way to work.
According to a police report, the woman, a resident of Muthinga village, Gathaitha sub-location, Gaki location in Tetu sub-county, Nyeri county was standing at the Muthinga stage when a man she did not know well offered to transport her to her place of work, despite not knowing him, she could easily identify him. On her way to work around Kagumo Teacher's college, the man returned to her and forcefully slept witherer after undressing her.
Despite being forced into the act, the woman did not raise any alarm fearing what her attacker might do next. The woman further narrated that she was forced into the aft on Tuesday 18th January 2022 but chose to report the matter on 21st Friday because of the fear she had for the man's rank at his place of work.
After being dropped at Gatitu shopping centre, she took the vehicles registration number then headed to her place of work. She visited the hospital at Nyeri county referral hospital where she was treated and discharged, she reported the incident at Nyeri police station. On Friday, the lady identified the vehicle and the owner was put behind bars awaiting to be arraigned on Monday 24th 2022.
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