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It was a sweet freedom for a mother of three children who had been remanded at the Embu GK Prison with a one month old baby as well as nursing a ceaserian Section wound. Rosemary Murugi who also vied for the women Rep Embu County seat found herself on the wrong side of the law when she was accused of theft immediately she was discharged from hospital.
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