Confirmed: JACQUE MARIBE and her gangster lover, JOWIE, murdered MONICA KIMANi in cold blood as DCI releases shocking evidence-MARIBE may be arrested again

Saturday June 22, 2019-The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) has released fresh details outlining why they believe Joseph 'Jowie' Irungu and his then-fiancée, TV Journalist Jacque Maribe, murdered Monica Kimani.

The statements by DCI officer Maxwell Otieno and Brian Kasaine, who had been arrested and then released in connection with the murder, contain overwhelming evidence against Jowie and Maribe. 

Kasaine narrated the happenings of September 20, 2018, when the police believe Jowie tried to destroy evidence. 

He told the police that he received a WhatsApp call from Jowie at around 2 am seeking to know if he had 'paraffin or anything flammable or air freshener in the house'. Kasaine added that Jowie told him that he wanted to burn some stuff.

Kasaine also narrated the events of the night of September 21, 2018, when he found Jowie bleeding at his gate and quoted Maribe telling him "he shot himself".

"He was shouting at his fiancee Jacque Maribe immediately he saw her there saying 'you want me out of your house, it is fine, bury me in Lang'ata then went quiet. Jacqueline didn't answer him," the statement by Kasaine read.

On his part, the DCI officer stated that Maribe’s car was at the scene of the crime and she was seen in it on the same night.

"The accused person witnessed the burning of the clothes by the first accused on the night of the incident near her residence," Otieno listed this as the second supporting evidence.

He also stated that Maribe's phone was within the same area of the incident and was switched off at about 10:25pm, which is about the time the murder happened and was switched on at around 9:52am the following day.

"Considering the above, it is evident that the accused persons jointly murdered the deceased," Otieno's statement read.


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