See what JACQUE MARIBE and her killer fiancé, JOWIE, may be planning to do once released on bail that has scared even the DPP

Monday October 15, 2018-The prosecution has asked the court not to grant Citizen TV journalist, Jacque Maribe, and her fiancé, Joseph Irungu, bail in a case where they are accused of murdering Monica Kimani.

In an affidavit by Investigating Officer Maxwell Otieno, the prosecution claims that there is high probability that the two accused persons will interfere with ongoing investigations if released on bail.

Besides, the officer stated that Monica Kimani’s residence as well as Maribe’s have been identified to be the primary and secondary crime scenes respectively; hence, the accused persons may tamper with them.

He told the court that they are yet to establish  the amount of money that Joe Irungu and Jacque Maribe might have taken from Monica’s house after murdering her, noting that the deceased was to travel out of the country and had money in cash.

“There is a likelihood of the accused persons interfering and intimidating the key prosecution witnesses if released on bail and therefore justifiable to subject the accused to pre-trial detention noting that some of the key witnesses are the house help, manager who was with them prior to the fatal incident and after, watchmen and other key witnesses,” reads the affidavit.

“If the accused person are released they will disturb public order, undermine public peace or security and detention may be necessary to preserve public peace and protect the accused persons,” claims the investigating Officer.


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