Both parties in the Monica Kimani murder case have agreed that the verdict will be delivered tomorrow ending months of waiting.
Initially, the judgement was to be delivered on October 6th, 2023 but Judge Grace Nzioka was reported ill and the verdict was postponed to January 26th, 2024.
The verdict was once again postponed to March 15th, 2024 after Jacque Maribe was reported sick by her lawyer.
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Speaking after the new development was Monica’s brother George who said they have been having tough days and that their mother was the most affected person in the family.
“It has really taken long, we have been going to court for over five years, we knew the matter would come to an end last year so that we can all move on. We have tough days, especially our parents but we just cope.
Justice is the only thing that we want, it will bring closure to the family. The past years have not been easy on us, especially our mother she is the most affected. We try and protect her from the noise and hurtful things said about my sister but I believe all this will come to an end once we get justice.” George revealed to Citizen TV
George was speaking to Citizen TV described his sister as a hardworking person who managed their company back in South Sudan.
“She was our firstborn and the driver behind the family business in South Sudan where she was the managing director of our company. She was my boss, a good friend and hardworking. It was painful losing her in that cruel manner.” he said