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Man Who Called Woman Dog, Jailed

April 6th 2011 – Skyrocketing prices of basic commodities is driving people to extreme, obviously, no one feels comfortable with price increase especially when it involves buying foodstuffs. So on this day, this gentleman stopped by a kiosk and proceeded to taste tomatoes, literally.

It was his way of examining if indeed the tomatoes are ready, apparently this is not something mama mboga would entertain particularly if the man decide not to pay.

We all have our ways of expressing displeasure, but for this man, he decided calling a woman Dog is the best insult.

Find out what happened later____________________________________________________________________________________________



A 49 year old man who went to a vendor’s kiosk took her tomatoes, ate them, refused to pay for them and instead threatened to beat her before calling her a dog and prostitute, has been jailed for 3 months by a Thika court on his own plea of guilty.

Boniface Mwangi Gitau admitted the charge before Senior Resident Magistrate Leticia Wachira.

The accused had been charged that on Feb 19, at Kagira in Murang’a County, created disturbance in a manner likely to cause breach of peace by calling Margaret Nyambura Mwaura dog and prostitute.

Giving the facts of the case, prosecutor Josephine Wambua told a hushed court that the accused proceeded to the complainant’s kiosk.  On arrival, he started eating fresh tomatoes.

When he was asked to pay for them, he declined to do so warning her of dire consequences if she continued asking for money.

When the accused threatened to beat the complainant while calling her dog and prostitute, APs at Kagira post were alerted. They rushed at the scene and arrested the accused person at the kiosk.

He was escorted to the police station and formally charged with creating disturbance in a manner likely to cause breach of peace.

The accused was unable to raise a fine of Kshs 5,000 imposed on him. He was treated as a first offender.

By James Wakahiu


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