HUSBAND SNATCHER:SENATOR MBURA ACCUSED OF BREAKING MGANDI’S MARRIAGE

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Emma Mbura
Senator Emma Mbura bows in shame at Mombasa law courts on March 21, 2016. PHOTO | LABAN WALLOGA

A Senator was on Monday publicly shamed after a man sensationally revealed details of their long running sexual affair in court.

The man, activist Kalinga Mgandi, told the Mombasa magistrate that his love affair with Senator Emma Mbura had led to the collapse of his marriage.

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Mr Mgandi made the revelations in his testimony in a case in which the Senator has accused him of posting damning audio clips about her sexual history on WhatsApp groups.

HUSBAND SNATCHER

The activist was arrested after Senator Mbura had complained to police that he was circulating audio clips that alleged she was a husband snatcher.

Mr Mgandi was subsequently charged with improper use of a licensed telecommunication gadget.

Senator Emma Mbura (second right) with her lawyer at the Mombasa law courts on March 21, 2016. PHOTO | LABAN WALOGA

Senator Emma Mbura (second right) with her lawyer at the Mombasa law courts on March 21, 2016. PHOTO | LABAN WALOGA

In his testimony on Monday, he revealed that he had been “making love with the Senator for quite some time.”

He went on to accuse the Senator of breaking his marriage, alleging that his wife left him after getting wind of the affair.

SENATOR LOOKED DISTURBED

Throughout the testimony, Senator Mbura was visibly startled. Every time the suspect stood to talk, she would bow down and look disturbed.

The Senator, through her lawyer Christine Kipsang, told the court that the charge sheet needed to be amended because it had left out details of the statement she wrote at the police station.

But Mr Mgandi’s lawyer Leonard Shimaka objected to the proposed amendment, saying it will be unconstitutional.

The suspect was arrested in Nairobi on Sunday and was taken to Mombasa to answer to the charges. He was released on a Sh200,000 bond with an alternative of a Sh100,000 cash bail.

The case proceeds on Tuesday.

-nairobinews.nation.co.ke

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