Violet Nekesa Wekesa, 32, Mwiki house help, charged for defiling a boy, 13, for eight months

 

Violet Nekesa Wekesa, 32 house help in Mwiki photo

Violet Nekesa Wekesa, 32, a house help arraigned in court and charged with defiling a 13-year-old boy for eight consecutive months and introduced the child (victim) to dirty content.


Violet Nekesa Wekesa, who appeared at Mililani Law Courts on Wednesday, February 24, is claimed to have perpetrated the offence at the Mwiki area, Kasarani, Nairobi County between July 2020 and February 2021.


Nekesa was also accused of promoting adult and indecent content, an offence for purportedly exposing minor to immoral content.


Further, Wekesa was accused of performing an indecent act with the 8-year-old boy.


The event, as presented in the court papers, was identified by chance as the parents disciplined the boy on February 21.


The boy’s sister had lamented that she had lost her phone while in the house. After enquiring from her adolescent brother and sister, the two dismissed taking her phone leading to her parents’ intervention.


The parent’s meddled in the matter by beating up the boy.  Upon beating, he confessed that he had been using the sister’s phone to watch adult content after allegedly being introduced to the habit by the house help.


Terrified, the parents rushed the boy to a clinic for a medical check-up and reported the occurrence to the police.

The minor told the Police officers that the house help had been quenching her thirsty since July 2020. she has been sleeping with him every week.


He added that she once told him that he can even do it every day because he was not able to make her pregnant.

The boy also revealed at the Police station that the house help began the abuse by first showing him videos of people engaging in adult matters.


This behaviour, police said, proceeded until the house help began physically abusing the boy.

" Put it here... That how it started, " the boy narrated.

Nairobi Chief Magistrate, after the suspect denied the charges, granted her Sh300,000 cash bail or Sh500,000 bond with the matter recorded for mention on March 4, 2021.

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