Watch full video: Alex Maina Ochogo trial update: Inmate complains of bedbug infestation in prison

Watch full video: Alex Maina Ochogo trial update: Inmate complains of bedbug infestation in prison

Alex Maina Ochogo, the main suspect in the case involving Baby Sagini, has been detained in custody since December. In prison, he bemoaned having insects and louse. Let’s look at the trial update for Alex Maina Ochogo in greater detail.

The main defendant and his accomplices were produced in court for the event in which baby Junior Sagini’s eyes were gouged out. This is an update on the Alex Maina Ochogo trial. Police are escorting the suspects who are thought to be guilty for gouging out baby Sagini’s eyes.

The defendant Alex Maina Ochogo was charged alongside Sagini’s aunt Rael Mayaka and grandmother Pacificah Nyakerario.

At the Kisii court, Ochogo and the other defendants made an appearance. Senior Resident Magistrate Christine Ogweno. The main suspect begged the court to release him so that he may sleep in the bedbug and lice-infested cells of Kisii prison.

In addition to criticizing the fact that people were invading the privacy of child Sagini by disclosing personal information about his illness on social media, the prisoner claims to have a bedbug infestation.

He gave the example of a tweet from well-known activist and Kisii resident Esnahs Nyaramba.

According to Mr. Morara, the activist allegedly penned a statement saying that due to her “frustrations,” she had given up trying to assist baby Sagini in receiving justice.

“Your honor, a minor who is a crucial witness is undergoing a series of steps that include counseling and supporting their rehabilitation from the terrible occurrence. In essence, qualified professionals are providing psychological care to the two youngsters. We concur that the court should extend the time for the remaining witnesses to appear in court, according to Mr. Morara.

The court upheld privacy despite Mr. Morara’s argument that some social media users had declined to respect the children’s private because of their conditions.

“The court reiterates the necessity and significance of protecting the minor’s privacy… The privacy of minors should not be discussed in the media or by other social media users. The next pretrial date for this year is March 2nd, according to Ms. Ogweno.

On December 14 of last year, Baby Sagini was found abandoned in a corn farm with his eyes gouged out.

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