In Summary

  • The magistrate  the Ps  Korir for lack lack of evidence by the prosecution
  • Korir had been sued by wife for assault

A magistrate’s court sitting in Milimani has acquitted Water and Sanitation PS Julius Korir who was accused of beating estranged wife Evelyn Koech in 2020.

Magistrate Dolphina Alego ruled that the prosecution failed to prove the case beyond reasonable doubt against Korir.

She ruled that alleged maasai rungu that Korir allegedly use to hit the complainant Evelyn was not adduced in court as exhibit.

She added that video evidence that the medical expert adduced in court was against the medical practice code of conduct and that he breached the confidentiality of complainant.

During plea taking Julius July denied that he assaulted his estranged wife and urged the court to acquit him.

Korir said the allegations were not true and that the charges against him were of settling a score or personal vendetta against him.

Korir told Milimani senior principal magistrate Dolphina Alego that at the time he is alleged to have assaulted Koech, they were separated and she had already moved out of their matrimonial home.

“Your honour, I got married to the complainant in June 2014 and our marriage ran into difficulties. We separated but lived under the same roof. The complainant moved out of the house around 2019,” Korir told the court.

He added that shortly after that, she moved to children’s court for custody of the kids and also prayed for child support in 2020.

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In 2021 she filed for divorce at Milimani law court and the marriage was dissolved in December 2021.

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