Imenti North MP Gideon Mwiti has said he is being set up in the recent sex drama involving a woman who claims he raped her, an accusation he vehemently denies.
The woman, a former journalist running her own PR company accused the MP of sexual assault over the weekend but more kenyans are rasing questions on the awkwardness of the time the event happened.
Close associates of the MP say he attempted to escape from the woman several times but she kept ‘entertaining’ the MP with story after story. Aides say he declined the woman’s sexual offers on several occasions and could have raped a woman who was already ‘too wiling’ (Kiraitu, 2009).
Hon Mwiti dismisses the woman’s rape story as a money minting ploy saying the woman only wants a financial out-of-court settlement once the issue has been sensationalised and dragged through the legal system.
Many people have also poured cold water on the woman’s story, pointing out the obvious flaws in her actions soon after the rape had happened; including leaving for her husband, not to the police or hospital.
The doctor’s report also does not indicate there was violent rape, only possible ‘sexual encounter’, which in any case may have happened elsewhere, after the two had parted ways.