Jacque Maribe To Stay In Cell For 10 More Days As Investigations Continue - DAILY UPDATES

Jacque Maribe To Stay In Cell For 10 More Days As Investigations Continue


Jacque Maribe will be detained in police cells for 10 more days as the prosecution continues with investigation. The prosecution had requested for 14 more days to conclude investigation into the murder of Monica Kimani. Ms Maribe's fiance, Joe Irungu is also a guest of the state and investigations continue to unearth the mystery of the businesswoman's death.

The judge also ordered that she should not be asked to record any statement without the presence of her counsel. The court also directed for the safety of Jacque Maribe while in the police cells as recent happenings confirmed that it is not always guaranteed that suspects are safe.

From our screens to the back alleys of police cells, the TV journalist has seen her life thrown into disarray after crucial evidence linked her to the murder.

The case will therefore be heard on 11th October after 10th October, which was reinstated into a holiday.

Her lawyer had argued that Jacque was under a lot of pressure from detectives who required her to admit to knowing the deceased, Monica Kimani.

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