Drama As Businessman Bites His Friend’s Armpit For Allegedly Interfering With His Cooking Stones

March 9, 2021
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Vincent Makori was charged yesterday, March 8, before Kibera senior principal magistrate Charles Mwaniki where he denied the charges.

In what will come across as a rather startling development, a Kenyan businessman has bit his own friend.

He bit his friend’s armpit for allegedly interfering with his cooking stones and has been charged with assault.

Vincent Makori was charged yesterday, March 8, before Kibera senior principal magistrate Charles Mwaniki where he denied the charges.

He is accused of assaulting Kevin Kamau Nduati on February 25 at the Thiong’o road area in Westlands subcounty within Nairobi county, Kenya.

According to the police, the accused person found Nduati relaxing on his cooking stones, the stones he uses to earn a living, so he attacked him.

The police report says that the accused person used kicks, blows and also bit his armpits leaving him to bleed profusely.

He was released on a Sh50,000 bond or a cash bail of Sh20,000.

Mwaniki directed the case to be mentioned on  March 15 for pre-trial.

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