BABY KILLER’ HOUSE-HELP PRESENTED IN COURT; KARUME KIN RELEASED ON A SH1 MILLION BOND.

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A 20 year old woman Regina Wambui accused Njoroge of killing her employer’s 8 month old baby in Umoja (ii) Estate Embakasi in Nairobi escorted by police officer’s to Milimani law court’s basement cell’s.
BY SAM ALFAN.

A 20 year old woman was arraigned in court today May 30 for allegedly killing her employer’s 8 month old baby in Umoja (ii) Estate Embakasi, within Nairobi County.

The woman, working as a house help was arraigned in court but did not take plea as the government had not provided her with a lawyer.

Regina Wambui Njoroge is said to have murdered Stephanie Nzisa Wambua on May 18, 2016.

Justice Grace Mutuku said the woman could not take a plea if she does not have a lawyer. Consequently she has to wait until the state allocate a lawyer for her.

She will be brought to court again on June 6 to answer to allegations levelled against her.

According to the prosecutor, investigations are complete and the woman is fit to face trial.

It is said that Wambui worked in her employer’s house for merely 4 days.

At the same court, the grandson to former Defense Minister Njenga Karume come business mogul, who is facing a murder charges has been released on a Sh1 Million cash bail or a Bond of Sh2 million.

Kenneth Wathugi Karume is accused of killing his girlfriend. It is said that he pushed Ms Victoria Wairimu Kulungia (deceased) alias Mumbi from the fourth floor of Gracia Apartment in Kiambu Town on March 25.

The apartments are touted to belong to the estate of the former powerful minister Njenga Karume.

Justice Mutuku while releasing him said that the prosecution had not given her a compelling reason why Karume’s grandson should be denied bail.

“There is no reason the prosecution has given to show that the accused is a fright risk and will interfere with the witness,” said Judge Mutuku.

Justice Mutuku said Karume’s defense had proved that their client was not a fright risk and that he would fully co-operate with the Investigating officer(s).

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