Breaking News: Jacque Maribe Arrested By Police

Embattled TV journalist, Jacque Maribe, has been arrested by police  following the emergence of new evidence in relation with the murder of businesswoman Monica Kimani. Maribe, whose fiance Joe Irungu is still in police custody is connected to the murder in which Miss Monica Kimani was found dead in her apartment in Kilimani.

The Citizen TV News anchor is set to be arraigned in court on Monday to answer charges relating to the murder.

Gigiri police boss Richard Mugwai confirmed the arrest on Saturday evening and said she was taken to the station.

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Mr Joe Irungu is still in custody after a Kiambu court ordered, on Wednesday, that he remain in remand to aid with investigation.

The Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI) wants to establish who owns the gun and a bullet, found in her bedroom and are now in ballistics for examination.

Maribe's car, a Toyota Allion, is also in police custody after it was dusted for fingerprints after it was discovered that it was in the murder scene at some point during that fateful night.

Monica was buried in her ancestral home in Gilgil on Friday afternoon.

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