Drama as Embu woman carries underwear of husbands 'mpango wa kando' to court
She wanted the piece of cloth be allowed as evidence
Ms Rwamba claims she went home unannounced, when she nabbed the two getting intimate according to a report by eDaily.
Ms Rwamba alleged that she was the victim of a thorough beating by Ms Gatiri, whom she allegedly confronted for “sleeping with her husband”.
Ms Rwamba claims Ms Gatiri escaped through the bedroom window after committing the act.
In her defense, Ms Rwamba said she brought with her the underwear, which she claimed belongs to Ms Gatiri, and wanted the piece of cloth be allowed as evidence against the plaintiff.
Embu Resident Magistrate Samuel Mutai refused to accept Ms Rwamba’s request, saying the assault charge she was facing “was not connected to allegations she was leveling against Ms Gatiri”.
The magistrate further barred Ms Rwamba from using crude language, when telling the court about her husband’s alleged affair with Ms Gatiri.
Ms Rwamba is accused of assaulting Ms Gatiri on May 30 resulting in Ms Gatiri sustaining injuries to parts of her body, including the cheek, which Ms Rwamba allegedly bit.
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