– The Board of Management teacher identified as Kevin Ouma was spotted entering his rented house in the company of a female student
– The authorities identified the Form Four student as Faith Mwende Kiio who is learning at Kyase Secondary School
– Police officers who arrived at the scene and forced their way into the house, said the two adults were naked
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A teacher and his female student have been arrested after they were allegedly found locked up inside a house in Makueni.
According to police reports, Kevin Otieno Okumu, a Board of Management teacher at Kyase Secondary School, and a 22-year-old Faith Mwende locked themselves in the former’s house.
The two were seen entering Okumu’s rental house by area residents who alerted Yinthungu sub-location assistant chief, Christopher Nthiwa, at around 9pm on Monday, March 22.
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The area administrator informed police officers who rushed to the scene and found the two adults in their birthday suits.
The police said they found one used and two unused condoms on the teacher’s bed to be used as exhibit.
Under the bed, there was also a bag belonging to the student containing two pairs of uniforms, a toothpaste, toothbrush and two books.
In 2019, a teacher at Simotwet Secondary School was nabbed in the company of a 17-year old student in the lodging which he had booked.
The suspect, Nathan Kosgei, was busted after the public noted the presence of the student at the establishment.
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Area assistant chief, Richard Bett, confirmed the incident, adding that the situation would not have come to light had it not been for the concerned members of the public.
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“Members of the public called me after the girl was seen at a lodging locked in the room with the teacher,” Bett said.
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Asher Omondi is a political and current affairs editor at TUKO.co.ke with over six years of experience in digital media. Prior to joining TUKO.co.ke in 2018, he had worked in various organisations both as a social media manager and a monitor. Asher draws his inspiration from life-changing stories. He was a Broadcast Journalism student at the Kenya Institute of Mass Communication class of 2013. Twitter @omondi_asher.