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35 Teens Arrested In Homa Bay County Partying and Intoxicating

Thirty five (35) teens (20 girls and 15 boys) were on Friday 3rd July arrested at Sango Estate, Homa Bay county, after they were caught engaging in sexual activities.

The Star reports that the area chief Arujo Bob Lango said some of the minors were found in a state of nature and kissing as they danced to a loud music.

Items recovered from the rental room indicate that the teens whose ages range between 13 and 17 were intoxicated and they were bonking.

“Inside the room, there were already used condoms. We believe some of the minors were engaging in sex.

“Several bottles of different brands of alcohol were found on the floor and on a table in the house,” Lango said.

Homa Bay police boss Sammy Koskey confirmed that the owner of the house who goes by the name Patrick Ayieko was arrested.

He further indicated that parents of the minors will be summoned to the police station on Monday for questioning. He also hinted that parents are likely to be charged for failing to fulfil their parental responsibility.

“We’re likely to charge them with abdication of duties as parents,” Koskey said.

This incidence occurs barely few hours after President Uhuru Kenyatta cautioned  chiefs who are allowing school-going children to be defiled under their watch.

“You as the area chief will have to answer, where were you when all this was happening?” The president asked.

At the same time, the head of state warned those responsible for impregnating minors that they would face full wrath of the law once DNA results were out.

“People must be disciplined, how do we allow people to go around impregnating young girls, and we do not say anything? We are going to wait for the DNA and those people will pay,” he said.

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