Abdirizak Adan Abdulahi was accused of assaulting a 22-year-old Daystar University understudy at his home on January 14.
He was restricted anticipating bail and bond administering after the public investigator' s office went against bail and bonds for him.
The suspect is said to have welcomed the casualty to his home prior to submitting the supposed assault.
The casualty took a taxi to the suspect' s house upon his solicitation and was joined by classmates including Abdulahi' s accessory.
She was guaranteed of security yet was later supposedly assaulted inside the house around evening time.
Abdullahi is confronting an extra charge of submitting a revolting demonstration with the casualty on a similar date, as opposed to the cozy Offenses Act of 2006.
The complainant for the situation against Mr Abdullahi followed an allegation by a college understudy who announced that she went to a gathering at Mr Abdullahi' s home subsequent to being welcomed by her companion, Ms Washiali, and throughout the night she was assaulted. She announced the occurrence at Lang' ata Police Station and recorded an articulation guaranteeing that Mr Abdullahi had assaulted a lot her prior to harming her cell phone esteemed at Sh40, 000.
Ms Washiali and Mr Abdullahi were captured on April 2 after police examinations, which incorporated an investigation of clinical structures that the casualty gained subsequent to looking for treatment.
He denied the charges before senior head officer Renee Kitangwa.
Senior head indictment counsel Ann Kirimi went against bail terms for the speculate asking the court to think about how conceivable it is he could meddle with witnesses, and the way that he has been denied bond in other comparable cases.
However, the suspect, through a legal advisor, gone against Ms. Kirimi' s application expressing rather that the court where he was charged is yet to make a decision on his bail and bond application.
The suspect was before accused of comparative offenses before senior head judge Philip Mutua.
Also, the judge is yet to make a decision on bail and bonds after the state arraignment office applied to have him remanded forthcoming preliminary.
However, Kitangwa said the suspect can't be denied of assumption of honest until demonstrated blameworthy.
She liberated him on a Sh500, 000 security with a guarantee of a comparable sum.
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