Terryanne Chebet Denies Any Connection To Jacque Maribe And Monica Kimani Murder

The chief executive officer of Fanaka Television has come out to deny any connections to the unfortunate events that led to the death of Monica Kimani that occurred in an apartment in Kilimani Estate.
She has further come out to dismiss the allegations that she has been summoned by the directorate of criminal investigations to shed some light on the ongoing cases against her friend Jacque Maribe and the prime suspect Joe Irungu.
In a Facebook post that was later shared to her Instagram page as a screenshot, Terryanne Chebet said that she may be called upon by the authorities as a character witness by virtue of being a close friend of Maribe.
Good morning guys, It has come to my attention that I have been allegedly summoned by DCI in connection to my friend Jacqui's arrest. First I would like clarify that DCI has not reached out to me and I have only read about it online. While I am not involved in the unfortunate events, I understand that by virtue of being Jacqui's friend, I may be called upon as a character witness. Should I be called upon, I am available.

Many journalists are giving this issue a cold shoulder because involvement of any kind could be detrimental to their career.


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