Woman charged for bitting and stabbing her husband’s genitals in Kisii County.
According to charges, a woman in Kisii bit and stabbed her husband’s genitalia on New Year’s Eve at the Nyanchwa estate.
Grace Oyaro was arraigned before the Courts’ Senior Principal Magistrate Caroline Ocharo for causing grievous harm to her husband Eliud Kepha after a disagreement on infidelity.
She was however released on a KSh50,000 bail with an equivalent surety after pleading not guilty.
The lawyer who represented her husband, Frank Maswari, challenged the bond conditions, arguing that the accused should not be released as his client’s life was in danger.
“I oppose the bond terms, however, anybody is entitled to bond, depending on the nature of this case, my client if discharged from the hospital he will stay with the accused in the same house, and his security is not granted,” Maswari stated.
Court Prosecutor Hilary Kaino agreed on the bond terms on condition that the two don’t come in contact with each other since they were in a domestic relationship.
“Let the police escort the accused to her house whenever she wants to visit until the case is over,” Kaino stated.
The case will be mentioned on January 26.
Eliud was taken to Kisii Teaching and Referral hospital for treatment.
Grace was arrested on Tuesday by police officers from Nyanchwa police station after she was discharged from a private hospital in Kisii where she was undergoing treatment.