Couple arraigned in court for playing loud music in rentals

by Lawyer Wanz

A couple was charged with making a public disturbance and hauled before the Kibera Law Courts Magistrate.

The couple reportedly insulted their neighbour, who had complained about them playing loud music in their neighbourhood.

Pius Musembi Mulwa and Mary Bosibori Omwenga were arraigned at Kibera law courts where they pleaded not guilty to the offence of creating disturbance against their neighbour.

As per court records, “the couple created the disturbance in a manner likely to cause a breach of peace by insulting Eunice Aming’a that she will give birth to a lame child.”

The court further heard that the couple committed the offence on October 27 at about 1 pm around Lenana in Nairobi’s Riruta area.


The complainant was said to be within their residential area when Musembi approached and asked her why she reported him to the landlord for playing loud music.

The two according to reports have not been on good terms since Musembi is reported to have constantly insulted the complainant by telling her that she cannot bear well-behaved children.

The complainant is said to have grabbed a basin of water and splashed it on the accused in a fete of rage.

The court heard that Bosibori, the second accused then joined the confrontation, threatening to snatch the complainant’s, husband and bear him good and healthy children.

The complainant reported the matter to the police leading to the arrest of the two.

They however denied the accusation and were released on a cash bail of Ksh 30,000 or a bond of Ksh 50,000. The matter shall be mentioned on November 15.

In other news, A couple whose child was found with sewing needles in her body was Tuesday arraigned before a Thika court charged with subjecting their 10-month-old daughter to torture.

The coupleJecintaNdunge 31 and her husband Isaac Gichure 41 who are parents to Irene Wairimudenied before the Thika Principal Magistrate Grace Omotho that on unknown dates they subjected their daughter to torture by inserting sewing needles into her body.

The duo was remanded in police custody until December 11 when their case will be mentioned in the same court.

The two had applied to be released on bond but the prosecution denied them bail saying that they may interfere with investigations.

The father’s attempt to convince the court that he was currently taking care of their other three children hit a dead end after the area Children officer RebbecaKariuki told the court that they had already rescued the children and had taken them to a safe place.

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