Joseph Ochieng the key suspect in the murder of 24-year-old prison warden Pauline Wangari has revealed what happened on a fateful day.
Speaking to the DCI the suspect said that May 13th was the first time the two met face to face with Wangari.
The two are said to have been communicating over Facebook and that with their relationship described as just friendship.
Joseph who is born and brought up in Kisumu County is said to have traveled from Nairobi to Murang’a to meet the deceased.
A confrontation is said to have ensured when the prison warder refused to take hard drugs brought by the suspect at her rented house in Kiharu, Murang’a County.
Initial reports indicated that the two spent the better part of Monday evening indoors as they smoked bhang.
It was during the heated argument that the suspect struggled the warder.
In a panic, Joseph rushed to get a kitchen knife which he stubbed her on the chest, neck, and abdomen before placing it in her arms so that it can look like a suicide.
In addition to that, the suspect revealed they got intimate with the deceased something that is yet to be confirmed.
Joseph is said to have been caught on camera entering Pauline’s house on Monday at 9 pm and leaving on Tuesday at 3 am.
Further investigation into the CCTV details, the suspect could be seen walking away with Pauline’s phone, handbag and TV set.
Joseph was arrested as he was traveling to Kisumu from Nairobi in a car owned by one Mary Amollo who was also arrested by detectives.