Boy with no name finally given an identity
30 March 2016, 12:03
– An infant boy who was dumped in a bush at Moi’s Bridge in Uasin Gishu County
in February 2014 has finally been given a name.
to Standard Media Jeremy Lucky Kibet was rescued by two women who heard the
abandoned child crying.
bystander, Charlotte Chepkosgei took the responsibility of the infant after she
heard a commotion at the nearby police station.
temporary custody with the help of her married aunt.
Policeman arrested for defiling abortion suspect.
effort Chepkosgei and her family over the Easter Weekend made it official and
held a special ceremony.
we don't know his lineage, we called him Kibet – one who was born during the
day – because that is when I found him," says Chepkosgei.
is a well-respected pillar in society as she has been nominated Member of
County Assembly (MCA) in Uasin Gishu.
36- year old man a lab technician at Kijabe
Hospital was arrested after attempting to help a 21-year-old woman procure an
Charles Kilonzi was arrested at the Mwingi Makuti Lodging in Kitui
County following a tip-off from members of the public.
set to be arraigned in court.
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