Justice Nderi cited extreme cruelty, humiliation and psychological trauma as the main reasons that led made him to reach the decision to award Oseko.
The victim had moved to court and accused Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i and other government officials of violating the law by deporting the foreign national.
In court documents filed at the Court, Oseko sued his former manager arguing that the failure to subject his assaulter, Deng Hailan, to the Kenyan justice system was a violation of the law.
Remember Marcus Garvey. He said, “A race without authority & power, is a race without respect.” We’ve sold ourselves cheap to China. They don’t respect for us. Watch & listen as a Chinese at Chez Wou Restaurant, Kileleshwa whips a fellow Kenyan, 2 strokes. pic.twitter.com/LjBusyXhn3
In his suit, Oseko claimed he was subjected to torture and indecent treatment adding that he was sexually assaulted by Hailan. He claimed that Hailan had made sexual advancements in 2019 when he was working at the hotel.