Final witness says that Jowie Irungu and Jackie Maribe were directly involved in Monicah Kimani's murder, shows photographic and forensic evidence of the movements of the two at the time of the murder KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Friday, June 17, 2022

Final witness says that Jowie Irungu and Jackie Maribe were directly involved in Monicah Kimani's murder, shows photographic and forensic evidence of the movements of the two at the time of the murder

Trial court hearing the Murder case against Jacque Maribe and Joseph Irungu murder visits Lamuria Gardens in Kilimani, Nairobi, the scene of Monica Kimani’s murder. 

Final witness says that Jowie Irungu and Jackie Maribe were directly involved in Monicah Kimani's murder, shows photographic and forensic evidence of the movements of the two at the time of the murder. The deceased was found in a bathtub with a sl├Čt throat.

In his statement, officer Otieno said through forensic analysis exhibited in call data, the accused was captured leaving the scene of the murder at Lamuria gardens at 2335 hours. This was confirmed by Jowie's friend Jennings Orlando:

“Jennings met Jowie at 11:40 pm where the accused met him on foot at a petrol station before boarding the vehicle belonging to the 2nd accused person Jacque Maribe,” submitted the officer.

Eyewitnesses including Jennings Orlando, a neighbour to the deceased and guards at Lamuria Gardens during interrogation said the accused, Joseph Irungu, was in a white kanzu, a maroon cap and grey coat on the night of the murder.

Officer Otieno said the second accused person Jacque Maribe witnessed the burning of the clothes by the first accused on the night of the incident near her residence. Further, Jacque switched off her phone at about 2225 hours which officer Otieno estimates to be the time of murder and switched it on at 0952 hours on September 20, 2018.

The prosecution displayed items collected in the duration of the investigation and submitted them as exhibits. They included specimen collected from the body of the deceased, Jacque Maribe's car, apartment A8 at Lamuria Gardens, and Royal Park Estate where the jointly accused lived.

The hearing has been adjourned to July 11th this year.

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