Monday October 22, 2018-The second suspect in the chilling murder of Monica Kimani has claimed the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) and the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) have no case against her.

In her affidavit, Citizen TV Anchor, Jacque Maribe, accused both the DCI and DPP of being on a fishing expedition.

 She argued that the prosecutor was desperate to find evidence that could incriminate her but was not successful because there was no evidence linking her to the alleged murder of Monica Kimani.

 "The DCI has exhibited desperation in their quest for incriminating evidence and have been more or less running around like headless chicken to the extent of planting spies at the Gigiri Police Station where the second accused person had been held for close to two weeks," the affidavit read.

Maribe had earlier pleaded with the court to separate her case from that of her boyfriend, Irungu, arguing she was not responsible for whatever criminal offense he may have committed.

 The Kenyan DAILY POST

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