Kenyan man charged with rape

A businessman accused of raping a woman who sent him an explicit video has been charged.
The suspect Bernard Ndungu Ngumbi was arraigned in Kibera Law Courts on Tuesday.

Kibera senior principal magistrate Phillip Mutua heard Ndungu committed the act in Laini Saba in Kibera slum, Nairobi.

According to the court, the complainant sent a pornographic film to the accused person's phone and afterwards paid him a visit at his workplace.

When the woman visited, the accused was at a stand selling clothes along the Railway in the Kibera sub-county.

They subsequently watched the video together and agreed to spend some time at the accused person's house, where he is accused of committing the crime.

The suspect denied the charges and was freed on a cash bond of ksh200000 ($2000).

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