Rally driver Maxine Wahome granted Ksh 2 million bond

Rally driver Maxine Wahome has been granted a Ksh 2 million bond in the murder case of former boyfriend Assad Khan.

While issuing the ruling, the court ordered the rally driver to surrender her passport and not travel outside the country without permission.

Two weeks ago, Maxine was declared fit to stand trial for the murder case after undergoing a mental test at Mathari hospital as ordered by High Court judge Lilian Mutende.

Maxine’s family has already acquired the services of former DPP and senior counsel Philip Murgor who accompanied her during the mental tests. Murgor is expected to bring fresh information that will be useful in the case.

“The family of Maxine has engaged Murgor to join Kimathi and Musangi to give fresh impetus her defence for innocent,” revealed a close source to Nation.

At the time, the rally driver through her lawyer had made an application to the court requesting to be freed on bond terming herself not a flight risk and that it is her constitutional right.

“The court is mandated with the duty of ensuring that the spirit of the constitution
is upheld in the dispensation of justice by guaranteeing fairness, equality, and equity to all persons including the accused herein who seeks to be admitted to bail or bond, ” said the lawyer

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