Senator Moses Wetang’ula, wife ‘report each other to police’
Posted by African Press International on March 6, 2016
By Standard Reporter, Kenya
Updated Sunday, March 6th 2016 at 13:17 GMT +3
Bungoma Senator Moses Wetang’ula and his wife Ann accused each other of assault at the Karen Police station.
According to a report aired on a local TV station, Wetang’ula’s wife went to the police station on February 21 and reported that she had been assaulted by her husband three days earlier.
“Ann Wetang’ula, a resident of Karen, came to the station at around 11.50am and reported that on 18th February 2016, she was assaulted by her husband Hon Moses Wetang’ula, for Bungoma County,” read the police document aired by the station.
Senator Moses Wetang’ula. Wetang’ula and his wife Ann accused each other of assault at the Karen Police station.
She allegedly complained of having sustained injuries on both hands, chest and legs. The report said she was treated at the Karen Hospital and discharged.
On the same day at around 6.30pm, Wetang’ula is said to have also gone to the same station and reported having been assaulted by his wife at their Karen home.
He allegedly accused his wife of indecent behaviour and that is when “she became furious and attacked him, leaving him with injuries on the head, left hand, left leg and the chest.”
He was also reportedly treated at the Karen Hospital and later issued with a P3 form.
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The police report was titled: RE: Alleged Assault Involving a VIP Vide Langata OB41/21/2/2016 and OB 18/21/2/2016 by the Divisional Criminal Investigation Officer (DCIO) Karen