A 32 year old man has been arraigned before Kapsabet law courts accused of robbery with violence contrary to section 295 as read with section 296(2) of the penal code.
Ibrahim Angano was accused that on 13th day of February 2016 at Gombo Trading Centre Kapseng’ere in Nandi county jointly with another man not before the court, while armed with swords, robbed Benjamin Kibiwott off 50,000 Kenyan shillings in cash.
Angano was further accused of immediately using the actual violence on the said Kibiwott before the robbery.
He pleaded not guilty of the offenses before the principal magistrate Ezekiel Obina and was released on a bond of One Million Kenyan shillings.
The case will be mentioned on 7th March 2016 and the hearing is set on 8th April 2016.
Elsewhere in Kapenguria a 25 years old man has appeared before the Kapenguria Resident Magistrate court accused of attempting to have canal knowledge with a sheep.
George Nicholas was accused that on 21st day of February 2016 at around 3:00am at Mwotot village in Kapenguria location within West Pokot County, attempted to have canal knowledge of an animal namely sheep.
The offence is unnatural contrary to section 163 of the penal code.
George who pleaded not guilty before the court was released on a bond of 50, 000 Kenyan shillings with a surety of similar amount.
The accused was not able to raise the bond and was put under the Kapenguria police custody.
The Resident Magistrate Ms. Phoebe Kulecho adjourned the case until 4th March 2016 when the case shall be mentioned.
Hearing of the case is set on 31st May 2016.