COMMERCIAL SEX WORKER CONFESS STEALING CLIENT PHONE FOR FAILING TO PAY FOR JUICY MORNING SERVICES.

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A self-confessed commercial sex worker Lilian Nyokoa Ngota who is accused of stealing a client phone worth sh 10,000 at Milimani law court's on Friday February 24 ,2017.

BY SAM ALFAN.

A 37 year old woman on Friday confessed before a Nairobi court to confiscating a mobile phone, valued at KSh10, 000, belonging to a man who refused to pay her for the juicy sexual services that she had offered him.

Lilian Nyakoa Ngota is accused of committing the offence on December 21, 2016 at Rekemarie Bar and Restaurant along Tsavo Road, she is said to have stolen Huawei y330 from Joseph Gitonga

Nairobi Magistrate Court was treated to rare drama when Lilian Nyokoa Ngota, confidently confessed to being a commercial sex worker operating in Nairobi.

However in her mitigation, Ngota told Chief Magistrate Francis Andayi that the complainant failed to pay for the services she rendered to him and thus decided keep the phone until he gets her the money.

“Your honor, we had agreed with the complainant on certain amount of money, however after the services I gave him, he refused to pay me. I ask the court to forgive me as that is my job which feeds my children,” she told the court.

She, thus, decided to run away with her client’s cell phone, a Huawei Y330, arguing she “paid herself” after her client became elusive.

“I had to get him pay for service rendered. He attempted to be smart but he had it wrong. He had to pay. I took away his phone after he said he had no money to pay for my service,” she told the court.

The court heard that the complainant, Joseph Gitonga, went to Betty’s club and drunk some beers. He later found himself in a hotel room the next day and on asking the guards of the hotel, they could not tell how he got there.

He realized he had lost sh 42,000 brown jacket and a mobile phone and decided to report the matter to Central Police station.
His phone was traced on February 22 at Zimmerman area with the accused person who was arrested and charged in court.

“In this case, I like the fact that all parties are confident, the man-complainant in this matter had courage to report to police and have the phone tracked months later after the incident, if it was in the village, the man could have even gotten an excuse to explain to his wife that perhaps the phone got lost,” Magistrate Andayi cracked a joke, leaving the entire court, including the accused, in laughter.

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