Daniel Mukhwana admitted to his crime when he appeared before Resident Magistrate Ben Mark Ekhubi at the Milimani Law Courts Mukhwana pleaded for leniency, stating he stole to get money for transport to visit his sick mother in the countryside State Prosecutor Virginia Kariuki presented the stolen groundnuts in court as evidence and requested they be returned to the complainant for sale Mukhwana was ordered to be remanded at the Industrial Area prison until a ruling was made, and his family was to be interviewed to verify his mother’s illness Nairobi...CONTINUE READING THE FULL ARTICLE>>>

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It is not every day that individuals admit to their crimes when presented in a court of law.

However, for Daniel Mukhwana, this might be his only saving grace, with all evidence stacked against him as he appeared before Resident Magistrate Ben Mark Ekhubi at the Milimani Law Courts.

Pleading for leniency and forgiveness, Mukhwana told the court that he needed the money to visit his sick mother back in the countryside and take her to the hospital.

A report by Taifa Leo revealed that the young lad pleaded with the court to set him free so he could attend to his ailing mum.

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Mukhwana told the court that he stole 15 kilograms of groundnuts worth KSh 6000 from Jane Wanjiru Mburu, her employer.

State Prosecutor Virginia Kariuki told the court that Mukhwana broke into Mburu’s shop at Tsunami Market in Ngara on Monday, May 6.

She presented the groundnuts in court as evidence before requesting they be returned to Mburu for sale.

Ekhubi ordered Mukhwana to be remanded at the Industrial Area prison until Thursday, May 16, when a ruling will be made.

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The correctional department was also tasked with interviewing the defendant and his family members to ascertain if his mother was indeed sick.

Earlier, a man’s 40th day finally caught up with him after a long while of shoplifting at a Kiambu supermarket.

The establishment’s surveillance cameras helped the staff monitor the man’s movements before blocking his way out with his loot.

He was captured stashing pieces of cooking oil inside a bag; on interrogation, he said he wanted to start a mandazi business, and thus, the oil loot was part of the capital for his new enterprise..CONTINUE READING>>

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