During his appearance before Justice Mulwa Janet in Nakuru court on Wednesday morning, the accused was absolved from punishment.
I realized that the punishment will not serve the purpose a ruling is supposed to serve to avert and restore fairness, condemn sin and protect community, ‘said Justice Janet.
According to Justice Mulwa, the 20 year punishment was based on the fact that Njoroge was ill and he was earlier on operated on his abdomen.
Additionally, she confirmed that this was the 1st time this man had committed a crime and he seriously pleaded against being subjected to a death sentence.
She therefore ruled by handing him a 20 year sentence. He has also been given 14 days to make an appeal.
- Businessman Charged For Killing Ex-wife During Fight Over Mattress
- I Hired Gunmen To Kill My Wife, Mother-In-Law – Man Confesses
- Kotido Police Arrests Parents Who Killed Their Own Baby
Please use the button below to contribute to Newslex Point, Inc. using a credit card or via PayPal.