The ruling was read in the afternoon of Thursday 28th September 2022 by judges at Nyarugenge Intermediate Court which handled his case since 13th September this year.
Ndimbati who was not present in court was represented by his defence lawyer, Irene Bayisabe.
Ndimbati has been facing counts of defiling a minor identified as Fridaus Kabahizi after intoxicating her, which resulted in a pregnancy that led to the birth of a set of twins; both girls.
During trial proceedings, Ndimbati insisted that the girl was mature by the time they had sex.
The accused objected that the girl was born on 1st January 2002 that she had reached the maturity age (18) when they had sex on 2nd January 2020.
The Prosecution has been however claiming that the girl was born on 7th June 2022 and presented disputed documents to justify the girl’s age.
The court has rejected documents presented by the Prosecution justifying she was born in June 2002 and considered the identity card which the girl possessed when she had sex with Ndimbati.
The court also maintained that it was not convinced by presented evidences proving that Ndimbati had sex with Kabahizi on 24th December instead of self-confessed 2nd January 2020, acquitted Ndimbati and ordered his immediate release.
The Prosecution was not represented as judges read the ruling.