“My classmate asked me what was wrong but I was scared of telling her. I ended up telling her when we were leaving school,” she added. The second witness, the classmate, narrated to court how shaken the girl was and how she kept to herself. “
“When she came from the teacher’s office, she appeared shaken but when I enquired what had happened, she refused to tell me. She disclosed what had happened when we were leaving school that evening,” she said.
The classmate added that she convinced the girl to report the issue to her mother that evening.The mother told the court that her daughter came home on July 19, 2013, scared and accompanied by her friend.
“She appeared shaken. When I enquired what had happened, her friend told her ‘si useme’. She then told me that her teacher had defiled her,” said the mother.The mother told the court that she and her daughter reported the incident to the police and completed a P3 form at the Provincial General Hospital in Nakuru with a Dr Matara. And in his testimony, the doctor told the court that the minor and her mother had visited the hospital on July 20, 2013. His examination revealed that the minor had been defiled.
Senior Resident Magistrate Judicaster Nthuku said she found the evidence presented by the prosecution to be true. The magistrate said the accused was not remorseful and the statement he posed to the minor proved that he defiled her.
The court found the sentence to be fit and fair. The accused has 14 days to appeal the sentence.