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UN employee at the centre of bestiality scandal

A Swedish national and eleven girls have been arraigned in a Mombasa court for ‘engaging’ in illicit sex activities.

The suspects, who were arrested at Mamba Apartment in Nyali  were on Friday remanded in custody for three days to give the police time to investigate into their activities.

They were remanded in police custody by Mombasa Resident Magistrate G.O. Kimanga after Kisauni Criminal Investigation officer Shadrack Juma successffully applied for it.

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The suspects  are Christopher Clement Weisssenrieder, Janet Akoth Omollo, Mercy Waithera Karanja, Mary Nyambura Kimani, Magdaline Wairimu Chege, Celestine Nekesa Sitati and  Dorcus Melishah Indakwa.

The others are Lydia Nyaboke Momanyi, Philidelia Mawia Solomon, Anne Wanjiku Gichuki and Celilia Nzambi Katuku.

Juma told the court that he wanted the suspects to be remanded at the police cell to allow him investigate a case of exploitation prostitution in which individuals are exposed to sexual activities for monetary gain.

The accused were ordered to be remanded at Nyali police station until Wednesday.

11 women,one foreigner arrested in bestiality saga

Police in Mombasa have three days to wrap up their investigations into a matter in which eleven women and a foreigner are believed to have been found engaging in and recording pornographic acts. The eleven women and a foreigner identified as a Swedish national were arrested in Nyali in Mombasa and arraigned in court yesterday. It is alleged that they had engaged in pornographic acts that involved a dog, however this could not be verified in court. The apartment in which they were found is suspected to operate as a brothel. Police confiscated various items including cameras at the scene of the arrest. The Swedish national arrived in the country as a tourist days ago. The accused are scheduled to appear in court once again on Monday

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