Kenyan MP's son sentenced to death for robbing tourist

2016-04-13 12:31
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Nairobi - A Kenyan court has sentenced the son of a Kenyan member of parliament to death for robbing a tourist. 

Hassan Mwanyoha was charged, alongside another man, with stealing a Polish tourist's mobile phone, spectacles, company ID and five credit cards worth KES 14 625 at knifepoint.

According to Standard Digital, the incident occurred at Bougan Villa Estate in Diani on August 19, 2015.

It was alleged that Mwanyoha had been in custody since August after failing to raise bail.

Meanwhile, the grandson of a late minister, Njenga Karume, was charged for the murder of his fiancé.

Kenneth Wathugi Karume allegedly pushed Victoria Wairimu Kulungia from the balcony of their house in Kiambu, leading to her death.

Karume however, denied the charges, according to Daily Nation

Read more on:    kenya  |  east africa  |  crime

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