Lucy Njeri the woman who washed her husband with acid on his face. FILE
Lucy Njeri the woman who washed her husband with acid on his face.PHOTO | MMX


Lucy Njeri, 38, the woman who soaked her ex-husband Geoffrey Nyebere with acid after he caught her in bed with another man, disputed charges of assaulting him, informing the court that she separated from him because of his huge manhood.

Lucy Njeri charged on Tuesday, January 16, at Makadara Law Courts for attacking Geoffrey Nyebere in Soweto Estate in Embakasi East Sub County, Nairobi.

In her defence, Njeri told Makadara Senior Principal Magistrate Angelo Kithinji that the complainant is not her husband for she had kicked him out of the house because she could not stand his big blessing after 8 years in Marriage.


" That was a torture. There has never been a day he took it all in me. We have been brushing through and sometimes the head. I was only satisfying him so that he cannot rapture by body, " she said.

Njeri said that she had informed Nyebere to stop visiting her because she was afraid of his manhood, which she said, “is too big for any woman.”

Notwithstanding making several accusations against Nyebere to the Soweto Police Station, Njeri added, he always hastened to the same police to encounter allegations.

“I have repeatedly told him that I don’t want him because I can’t stand him but, he keeps coming back and I have reported him to the police for it,” she said.

She told the court that she has been to the police station over 20 times, a call she substantiated.

On the day she splashed his face with acid, Njeri narrated that Nyebere arrived home at about 10 pm only to find her with another man.

She rejected to open the door for him even after repeated knockings.

Instead of going away, she told the court that Nyebere opened the house window and she reacted by splashing acid on his face.

Neighbours who witnessed the incident told the police that they saw smoke originating from Nyebere’s face with his skin-stripping off after the acid attack.

As Nyebere’s face burned, Njeri is said to have taken off with her lover as the eyewitnesses surrounded the house.

The neighbours took Nyebere to a hospital while Njeri was captured by detectives the next day.

After pleading for lenient bail, the Makadara court released her on Sh10,000 cash bail with the hearing of the case scheduled on June 21.

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