Rogue Nicolas Kibiwot Kaimoi linked to Domestic violence scandals, criminal offences

Man in court for allegedly beating ex-wife at her workplace

Why Nicolas Kibiwot Kaimoi represents the face of violence and impunity in Kenya

When you get close to your computer and google the Name Nicolas Kibiwot Kaimoi, what you will see is shocking.


He has well be documented as a violence man who uses violence, rudeness and rudeness to meet his demand.


The man has been written in almost every News website in bad light.


For instance, the immediate story that comes out is the one in which he is accused of beating up his Ex-wife as she was going on with her work at a city lounge and grill before pulling of her wigs has been arraigned at a Kibera Court.


Below is the screen shots of his searching results as found on the website.








The man has been arraigned at a Kibera court before senior principal magistrate Renee Kitagwa where the case is ongoing.


The court papers says that the man assaulted Bett Jepchumba, a quality assurance officer on May 1, 2021 at Adams Arcade area in Dagoreti Sub-county within Nairobi County.


While testifying in court, Betty narrated the ordeal she passed through on the fateful day.


“I was at my lounge and grill with my employee finalizing the days sales when the accused person came alongside another person claiming that the had come to pay my debt of Sh2890. They then got inside the lounge and he told me that I was still his wife and although we had separated for some months,” she told Kitagwa.


She told the court that the accused person held her hand, twisted it and assaulted her .


“He held my hand, twisted it, he punched me on my head and removed my wigs, he pushed me and I was hit by a table and he used kicks to hit my back,” he told the court.

Another witness also testified in court and said that he saw the accused person beating up the complainant.


“I saw him slapping my boss, he pulled off his wig from his head,” she told the court.


The accused person however denied the accusations and through his lawyer maintained that he never committed the offence.


He is out on a bond of Sh50, 000 with an alternative cash bail of Sh20,000 with a credible contact person.


Kitagwa directed that the case proceeds on July 6 for a further hearing.



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