Nakuru father and son sentenced to over 15 years in jail each for gang-raping 28-year-old woman

By K24Tv Team On Fri, 29 May, 2020 12:23 | < 1 min read
Magistrate Emmanuel Soita ruled that the Prosecution had proven beyond any reasonable doubt that John Chirchir and his son, Vincent Lang’at, on 27 June, 2018 gang-raped their 28-year-old neighbour. [PHOTO | FILE]
Magistrate Emmanuel Soita ruled that the Prosecution had proven beyond any reasonable doubt that John Chirchir and his son, Vincent Lang’at, on 27 June, 2018 gang-raped their 28-year-old neighbour. [PHOTO | FILE]
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    Five witnesses, who testified, confirmed that the father and son subdued their victim and sexually abused her in their house.

By David Omurunga

A 58-year-old man and his 28-year-old son from Nakuru were on Thursday, May 28 sentenced to 20 years in jail and 15 years in jail respectively after they were found guilty of gang-raping their female neighbour.

Molo Resident Magistrate Emmanuel Soita ruled that the Prosecution, led by John Limo, had proven beyond any reasonable doubt that John Chirchir and his son, Vincent Lang’at, on 27 June, 2018 gang-raped their 28-year-old neighbour at Telowa Village in Kuresoi North Constituency in Nakuru County.

Five witnesses, who testified, confirmed that Chirchir and Lang’at subdued their victim and sexually abused her in their house.

In another case, Magistrate Soita sentenced one Samuel Kiprono to 13 years in jail for defiling a 9-year-old girl in Keringet area, Molo Constituency in Nakuru County.

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