JOE IRUNGU’s father makes one request to DCI KINOTI as his son stares at death sentence for killing MONICA KIMANI.


Monday, October 08, 2018 - As detectives prepare to charge Joe Irungu, the fiancé of Citizen TV’s Jacque Maribe, over the brutal murder of Monica Kimani, three weeks ago in Kilimani, his father has broken his silence.

Speaking to reporters, the father appealed to detectives not to rush the investigation.

“I am pleading with the investigators not to rush matters, but to do thorough investigations to reveal who actually did it” he said.

The suspect’s father also dismissed reports that the DNA results matched that of his son saying the family was planning to hire their own doctor to conduct separate tests. 

“I was shocked to see the report in the newspaper that DNA samples were showing 99.9 per cent confirmation.”

“I am hoping they can track everything and do through investigations.”

“We are wondering how they arrived at that” he added.

The father revealed that the last time he met with his son was at Kijabe Mission Hospital where her had been admitted after unknown people shot him.

“He called me to say he was in hospital and so we left with his mother to find out what happened.”

“We arrived at Kijabe and he told us he had been admitted on Sunday and he was later discharged on Monday."

On reports that Jowi, who has been in police custody, attempted suicide, his father said that if he wanted to kill himself he wouldn’t have shot himself on the lower part of his shoulder.

Jowi’s lover, Citizen TV’s Jacque Maribe, is also in police custody and DCI Kinoti has disclosed that he has gathered incriminating evidence to charge the two with murder.

The Kenyan DAILY POST.

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