The soldier is charged with causing serious harm to his pregnant wife

A cop was on Friday accused in Kibera court of purportedly beating his three-month-old pregnant spouse and losing her child.

Ernest Muriungi was summoned before Kibera Magistrate William Tulel where he denied the charges and requested that the court discharge him on modest money bail.
She is claimed to have submitted the offense on October 21 in Lang’ata ladies’ jail in Lang’ata sub-area inside Nairobi County.
As indicated by a police report, the officer returned home alcoholic and assaulted his better half.
Police reports say the pregnant lady began draining and was raced to a close by clinic where she was dealt with and later educated that she had lost her three-month-old child.
The suspect was captured and charged in court.
On Friday in court, state lawyer Robert Ogallo requested that the court discharge him on bail as the offense he submitted had genuine outcomes.
Ogallo let the court know that issues of lewd behavior have expanded lately and the case should have been treated in a serious way.
“As of late we have seen instances of sexual viciousness increment. I ask this regarded court to likewise consider that the offense submitted is a genuine offense,” he told the court.
Ogallo told the court he was ready to give the litigant witness proclamations and narrative proof. He let the court know that the denounced was a first-time guilty party and requested that he settle on his own choices on issues identifying with the issuance of bail conditions.
Tulel delivered him on bail of Sh20,000 in real money and an obligation of Sh100,000.
The court requested the case to be heard on November 12 for additional guidelines.