The High Court has postponed the ruling in Monica Kimani’s murder case that involved former TV presenter Jacque Maribe and Joseph Irungu alias Jowie.
Issuing the orders was Justice Grace Nzioka who said that the verdict will be delivered on 15th March, 2023.
“I have looked at my diary and the court is not available in the whole month of January and February. Other than this matter I have a few other serious matters that I am dealing with.
I will not be available from the 8th of February to 8th of March. My earliest judgement would be 15th of March,” said Justice Grace Nzioka
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As at the time of the ruling, only Jowie was present in court as Jacque Mwaribe was missing with her lawyers confirming that she fell in the morning.
The lawyers were however ordered to avail her before the court but still she was unable to attend today’s sitting. The judge however directed that they provide the court with proper medical evidence to prove her absence.
Jowie remains the prime suspect in the case where the businesswoman was found dead and Jacque Maribe who was in a relationship with Jowie stands as an accomplice to the murder.