Police officers in Parklands, Nairobi have arrested a woman and her boyfriend over a defilement case after the boyfriend allegedly defiled the woman’s four-year-old boy at their home.
According to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI), the boy, a PP1 pupil has been a victim of the man’s inhuman act for a while now.
PP1 CHILD ADMITTED IN HOSPITAL AFTER BEING DEFILED BY MOTHER’S BOYFRIEND
A four year old boy is admitted at a city hospital in serious condition, after being defiled by his mother’s boyfriend. In a very sad incident reported by the child’s teacher after noticing that the PP1
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DCI says the boy narrated to his school teacher about how the man, a bodaboda operator would beat him up and defile him whenever his mother was away.
It is the teacher who reported the matter to the police, who acted swiftly and arrested the two.
This is after noticing that the pupil was in severe pain.
DCI have since identified the mother, as aged 30 while his boyfriend has been identified as Samuel Agesa, aged 32.
“In a very sad incident reported by the child’s teacher after noticing that the PP1 pupil was in severe pain, police officers based at Parklands police station immediately arrested the child’s mother and her beastly boyfriend,” the DCI said.
“This is after the child recounted to his teacher how his mother’s boyfriend a boda boda rider, would engage him in the unnatural act after beating him up whenever his mother was away,” it added.
The DCI notes that the boy is now admitted to a City hospital in a serious condition following the beastly encounter.
But as the boy receives treatment, the two, the boy’s mother and his boyfriend, are being held at Parklands Police station as detectives finalize their probe into the heinous act.
DCI said: “The two are currently in custody at Parklands police station as detectives finalize their investigations and drafting of appropriate charges, to have them arraigned in court.”
The man is expected to face among others defilement charges before a court of law.