A former director of a children’s home in Utawala, Nairobi, was doomed to 100 times in captivity without the option of a forfeiture.
Stephen Nzuki was doomed to captivity for 100 times after being set up shamefaced of defiling minors in his guardianship from 2010 to 2016.
Nairobi principles justice Zainab Abdul refused to doom him to exploration, arguing that it would be a confinement of justice, particularly for the minors who are now grown-ups.
The court heard that while abusing the minors, Nzuki would quote the Bible to move them that what they were doing was right and that the holy book sanctioned it.
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The indicted had denied several charges, including sodomy, nasty acts with children, and tried defilement.
The justice stated that the man merited the judgment because the offence was serious and that the harsh judgment will serve as a interference to unborn malefactors.
During the case hail, the execution expostulated to his release on bail, claiming he was a “ periodical defiler ” with a pending case in Makadara law courts.
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The man, according to the State, continued to commit analogous offences after the court granted him bail.
Still, the justice noted that, despite being charged with analogous offences on September 9, 2013, he attended all court sessions without fail.
Defilement cases have been on the rise, with the Ministry of Health reporting that at least,484 children were violated in 2021.
According to the report, minors aged 12 to 17 were also infected with STDs similar as HIV.
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Data from the Kenya Health Management Information System, which records visits to all public health installations, also revealed that only 43 of people showed up at a health installation within 72 hours.
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