Romance Gone Bad?? Bungoma Teacher Arrested Months After Defiling a Student

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(Last Updated On: November 28, 2018)

Detectives from Bungoma Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) have arrested a former tutor at Moi Girls High School Kamusinga for defiling a student at the school.

Willy Wanyonyi Musikali has been on the run for five months after doing the unspeakable act was arrested in Bungoma on Tuesday, November 27.

Willy Wanyonyi Musikali- a teacher suspected of defiling a student of Moi Girls High School Kamusinga in June 2018 arrested by DCI. / COURTESY

A statement by the DCI was seen by TUKO.co.ke indicated the teacher who defiled the minor within the school compound would be arraigned for defilement on Wednesday, November 28.

He will be arraigned in court on Wednesday, November 28, and charged with the offense of defilement,”

the statement said.

Reports are saying that Musikali summoned the student in his office, way back in June 2018. He actually sent a student to call the girl then when she went to the office, he forced himself on her.

The student said,

“He told me he had missed me and I told him the only relationship I would have with him was teacher-student,”

However, Kimilili Sub-county Assistant Commissioner Reuben Loyotoman had a different version of the story on what occurred that day. According to him, the two must have had a secret relationship. But when the story was made public, the girl turned on the man and accused him of rape. He said,

“I think there must have been some consent but since this lady realized that the story has gone out, she now changed the story to be rape, but I think they must have been friends for some time from the way we’re getting the whole story,” he said

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