More days behind bars for Jacque Maribe and fiancé ‘Jowie’
Television journalist Jacque Maribe and her fiancé Joseph Irungu alias ‘Jowie’ have on Monday pleaded not guilty to murder in the death of businesswoman Monica Kimani.
The two will spend two more nights in custody after High Court Judge Jessy Lesiit ordered that they return to court on Wednesday, October 17, when they will be given a date for a hearing of their bail application.
Jacque Maribe, Joseph Irungu remanded until Monday
The High Court has ordered suspects Jacque Maribe and her fiancé Joseph Irungu detained until Monday after a mental assessment was ordered for the television journalist.
Ms Maribe will undergo the test at Mathari Hospital in Nairobi. Justice Jessi Lessit said the suspect cannot be called upon take plea without a mental examination.
The two suspects were presented in court on Tuesday morning and were seen furtively communicating in the dock.
Mr Irungu, whose hand was in a sling and was chewing gum while on the dock, will also get treatment for his gunshot wound.
His lawyer told the court that the arm is paralysed and swollen as he produced a referral note from Nairobi Hospital to Kenyatta National Hospital.
During an interview with NTV, Mr Irungu’s parents said police officers have denied him access to medical treatment since his arrest.
Maribe’s nightmare worsened on Tuesday when the Director of Public Prosecution ordered that she and Jowie be charged with the murder of Monica Kimani. DPP Noordin Haji said he independently reviewed the evidence on record and found there was evidence to warrant the charges.
Jacque Maribe explains how her fiancé shot himself
Updated on 02.10.2018
TV journalist Jacque Maribe and her fiancé Joseph Irungu had a bitter confrontation on the night Monica Kimani was murdered and the day after.
On the night of September 19, when Monica is believed to have been killed, Irungu, wearing pajamas and a pair of slippers, burst into a club in Westlands, Nairobi, visibly angry.
Earlier that day, Irungu had been spotted walking into Monica’s apartment at Lamuria Gardens off Dennis Pritt Road dressed in a kanzu, a piece of which has since been recovered from ashes of items he set on fire.
Irungu had been looking for Maribe until about 2.30am (September 20) when he traced her to the club where she was partying with her colleagues and friends.
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Maribe was seated at a corner on the rooftop of the popular 40Forty Lounge, with a group of VIPs. When Irungu tried to gain access to the area, he was stopped by security.
Irungu was agitated, causing an altercation between him and the security.
Witnesses have told police Irungu was in the company of seven other men when he arrived at the club. The VIPs are said to have exited a few minutes later, leaving Maribe, Irungu and other revelers at the club. The lovers quarreled before they left together.
At 1am on Friday, September 21, the two were together with other revellers at a different club in Kilimani when another brawl erupted.
A witness said Maribe might have made a comment that upset Irungu, prompting the altercation. She shouted at him demanding her car keys and ATM cards, a witness claimed.
“They left their table as if to talk outside, but they did not come back,” said another witness.
Maribe, in her statement, has named some of those present at the club. The police say they may call those named as a formality to confirm the claims.
It was then that they drove to Maribe’s Royal Park residence in Lang’ata, where Irungu is alleged to have tried to commit suicide using a pistol.
Maribe has changed her earlier statement and told police that Irungu tried to commit suicide in her house.
Immediately after the shooting, Irungu went to Maribe’s neighbour Brian Kasaine’s house and woke him up, telling him to take his (Kasaine) gun. The weapon was still in Maribe’s house.
Kasaine has told police he went to Maribe’s house and took the pistol, which had 28 bullets then. He also collected one spent cartridge.
Maribe and other people, who have been questioned, first took Irungu to Nairobi West Hospital, but he was not attended to in unclear circumstances.
They then drove to Kijabe Hospital and later to Lang’ata Hospital, where he was admitted until September 24.
They then went to Lang’ata Police Station and told police they had been attacked outside the house by three men who drove off on a motorbike.
Maribe went back to the house and she, together with her house girl, cleaned the scene of crime and allegedly destroyed what police have termed key evidence. The house girl has also recorded a statement.
Kasaine was arrested after the pistol, with 50 bullets, was found in the ceiling of his house.
Irungu and Maribe are key suspects in the murder of Monica.
Maribe says she was not with Irungu when the murder happened on September 19, as she was at her place of work at Citizen TV.
Citizen TV and Lamuria Gardens, where the body of Monica was found, are about 200 metres apart.
Police have since placed Irungu at the scene of the murder. The body of Monica was found in a bathtub in her apartment. Her throat was slit.
The murder weapon, believed to have been a knife, is yet to be found.
Monica Kimani murder: Jacque Maribe to remain in custody for 10 more days.
TV Journalist Jacque Maribe will spend more days in police cells, a Kiambu Court has ruled. Kiambu Principal Magistrate Justus Kituku on Monday morning ruled that Maribe should spend 10 more days in police cells as investigations in the murder of businesswoman Monica Kimani continue.
Detectives brought Ms Maribe to court at 8.30am Monday and locked her up at the cells as she waited for her date with destiny.
She was taken to court a few minutes after 9am, with the state prosecution making an application to extend her lock-up as they investigate the murder that has also seen the arrest and detention of her fiancé Joseph Kuria Irungu.
The prosecutors asked Kiambu Principal Magistrate Justus Kituku to allow police to detain her for another 14 days at Gigiri Police Station in the capital Nairobi.
But her lawyer Katwa Kigen opposed the request, saying the “time requested for is unreasonable”.
The reasons given by the prosecution, Mr Kigen said, are not compelling.
The news anchor, who broke the news of Ms Kimani’s death on TV, was arrested on Saturday, days after she was interrogated by detectives.
Her fiancé Irungu, the main suspect in the murder, was last week presented before Kiambu Senior Resident Magistrate Stella Atambo who allowed police to detain him for 10 more days as they investigate the case.
Ms Kimani’s body was found in a bathtub at her house in Kilimani, Nairobi, with the throat slit and hands tied at the back.
Mr Irungu, Ms Maribe, and their mutual friend Brian Kassaine, in whose house detectives found a gun hidden in the ceiling, are the suspects in police custody so far.
Mr Kassaine is also expected in court this morning.
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Detectives probe Jacque Maribe lover’s ‘suicide attempt’
Police believe the main suspect in the killing of a woman in an upscale city apartment may have attempted suicide.
Detectives are investigating whether the wound in Joseph Kuria Irungu’s chest was self-inflicted after ruling out his initial claim that he had been shot by assailants.
Police say from what they have gathered, Irungu may have tried to commit suicide on September 20 by shooting himself in the left side of the chest in his fiancé TV journalist Jacque Maribe’s house.
Maribe’s house-help has reportedly told police she heard a bang that night.
Maribe and Irungu had told police they were attacked inside the house but later changed the explanation, saying the said attack happened outside.
Detectives believe the shooting took place in a toilet in the house and that Irungu may have used a piece of clothe to cover the pistol’s nozzle to muffle the sound.
The investigators say a piece of cloth that was not destroyed as Irungu allegedly burnt some items in the compound in which he lived with Maribe is crucial evidence that links him to the scene of crime.
They say Irungu’s conduct on the nights of September 19 and 20 raise questions about his possible role in the murder of Monica Kimani in her apartment off Dennis Pritt Road.
Police sources said besides inconsistent accounts given by Irungu and Maribe, the testimony of their house-help led to their detention.
On September 19, a man dressed in a kanzu visited Monica in her house in Lamuria Apartments. The next day in the afternoon, the 28-year-old woman’s body was found in a bathtub, with her throat slit.
The man in a kanzu has since been identified by witnesses as Irungu. He was positively identified by four witnesses last Tuesday at a police parade as the last man who was seen walking out of Monica’s house.
Investigators claim from Monica’s house, Irungu drove, still dressed in the blood-stained Kanzu, to the house in Langata’s Royal Park estate where Maribe lives.
He took a shower, changed clothes and grabbed the bloodstained clothing alongside some items detectives are yet to establish.
Carrying a matchbox and paraffin, Irungu is then said to have walked out of the house to a far corner within the compound, and burnt the items.
Maribe’s house-help, who was in the house, reportedly corroborated this account during her interrogation.
Police say a piece of the kanzu that did not burn completely was recovered from the scene.
They have confirmed that it is the same garb Irungu wore on the night he visited Monica.
It is not clear what else Irungu, popularly known as Jowi, burnt, but detectives collected the ashes for further analysis.
After burning the items, Irungu then drove to a club in Westlands where Maribe was.
Maribe had apparently on that Wednesday night left her workplace and driven to the club.
Witnesses said Irungu arrived at the club at about 2.30am in the company of about seven men. He picked Maribe and they went home early on September 20.
Police believe Irungu confided to Maribe what had happened the previous night.
This is the reason they decided to arrest her. She was detained at Gigiri police station after she was interrogated for three days. Maribe was taken back to DCI headquarters where she was being grilled for the fourth day yesterday ahead of her possible arraignment.
Jacque Maribe Gave False information
Maribe and Irungu are also likely to face charges of giving false information to police.
The two had told police they were attacked inside the house but later changed the explanation, saying the said attack happened outside.
After the alleged suicide bid, they then went to three different hospitals — Nairobi West, Kijabe Mission and Langata Hospital. This was after Irungu reportedly took the weapon to Brian Kasaine Spira, one of their neighbours. Kasaine was arrested on Saturday after police recovered the pistol with 50 bullets in his house.
Three other houses were searched on Friday night. Another house where Irungu used to live in Buruburu was searched too, but nothing was recovered. There, neighbours knew Irungu to be a police officer.
It has since emerged that the pistol belonged to Kasaine. Kasaine, who runs a popular bar in the city, is also expected in court to face various charges.
The search also led to police recovering Irungu’s passport, a cap he was wearing the night Monicah was murdered and other key evidence.
The officers believe money was stolen from Monica’s house.
“Money could be at the centre of all this. We believe so and we don’t know how much,” said an official who asked not to be named.
It has emerged that after the macabre murder, the killer or killers dumped Monica’s mobile phones in a jerrycan full of water inside her house.
The mobile phones have been recovered and are being analysed. Monica was buried in Nakuru last Friday.
Director of Criminal Investigations George Kinoti said they had arrested Maribe as an accessory to the murder.
“It seems she knew about all these but all she has been doing is try to cover up for the suspect. We don’t know why,” said Kinoti.
He explained that if one did not have prior knowledge about murder but got to know and tried to assist a suspect by creating an alibi, one would be charged with accessory to murder after the fact.
Maribe told police she never knew Monica. She said she even read the news of the death and discovery of Monica’s body on the night it happened.
Maribe told police Irungu brought a gun to her house and she warned him against taking the weapon there again.
Adopted From The Standard
Jacque Maribe arrested as murder probe continues
Journalist Jacque Maribe has been arrested amid investigations into the murder of Monica Kimani, who was found dead in her apartment in Kilimani, Nairobi County, on September 20.
Gigiri police boss Richard Mugwai confirmed this on Saturday night and said she was taken to the station.
It is expected that Ms Maribe, a Citizen TV anchor, will remain in police custody until Monday, when police will prefer charges against her. She is being represented by lawyer Katwa Kigen.
Ms Maribe was earlier questioned on the matter, to corroborate a statement by the main suspect, 28-year-old Joseph Irungu, who is her fiancé.
Police say they are interested in getting more information from her on the shooting her fiancé claims occurred near their house in Lang’ata a day after Ms Kimani was killed.
The journalist also took Mr Irungu to several hospitals after the alleged incident, trips which detectives are also looking into.
The officers further want to establish who owns a gun and a bullet that were found in Ms Maribe’s bedroom and which have since been taken for examination.
Her car, a Toyota Allion, was also of interest to the detectives because Mr Irungu was driving it on Friday— the day he claims he was shot by unknown gunmen as he left the Royal Park Apartment where the journalist lives.
On September 28, Ms Maribe arrived at the Kilimani Police Station shortly after 2.30pm, accompanied by lawyer Katwa Kigen and members of her family.
She spent about 30 minutes at the Kilimani Directorate of Criminal Investigations offices before being escorted to the DCI headquarters on Kiambu Road.
Joseph Kuria Irungu will spend 10 more days in remand, a Kiambu court ordered on Wednesday.
The man accused of killing the 28-year-old Ms Kimani will be held at Muthaiga Police Station to allow detectives to complete investigations.
Ms Kimani, who had just arrived from South Sudan where she runs a family business, was on Thursday morning found dead in the bathtub of her apartment. Her throat had been slit.
Investigations show the suspect and the deceased had communicated for long and that they even planned to meet at the airport on her arrival.
Ms Kimani was buried on Friday at her parent’s home in Gilgil, a ceremony at which her family and Gilgil MP Martha Wangari called for justice.
What Jackie Maribe told police in murder probe
Updated on: 28.09.2017
Television journalist Jacque Maribe presented herself to police yesterday in an attempt to clear her name in the ongoing probe into the murder of Monicah Nyawira Kimani.
Ms Maribe, who was accompanied by her parents and lawyer Katwa Kigen, was interrogated for almost one hour at the Kilimani Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) offices before she was referred to the DCI headquarters on Kiambu Road.
Maribe told police she was in shock and had sought refuge at her parents’ house after learning that her fiancé, Joseph Kuria Irungu, was being linked to the September 19 murder of Ms Kimani.
Kimani’s body was found in a bathtub in her Kilimani apartment, with her throat slit.
Maribe told police she did not know Kimani, adding that she had even read the news of her death the night it happened.
According to police, Maribe said Mr Irungu had not informed her of what had happened.
She also told police she had once seen Irungu with a gun in her house but had not seen it again after she warned him not to keep it in the house.
Jackie Maribe to clarify Several issues
The gun’s ownership was one of several issues police wanted Maribe to clarify.
Jackie Maribe told police she and Irungu met in a city club early this year. They fell in love and he later asked her to marry him.
She added that Irungu often used her car and would drop her at work and pick her up.
When police went to pick up Irungu from the couple’s Royal Park estate home in Lang’ata, the two were in the house.
Police later searched the house and recovered a live bullet, which has since been taken for ballistic tests.
Detectives also believe Irungu was in illegal possession of the pistol that Maribe saw, but are yet to trace it.
Then there is the mystery of where Irungu lives away from Maribe’s house.
The detectives also said they were yet to recover his identification documents, including his passport.
Jackie Maribe told police that on September 21, Irungu arrived at her house and said he had been shot and injured. She then drove him to different hospitals seeking medical attention.
The journalist’s car, a silver Toyota Allion, was yesterday dusted for fingerprints by detectives from the homicide unit. The officers said they found bloodstains in the car as well as hoes, beer cans, a weave and clothes.
The team also searched Kimani’s apartment in Lamuria Gardens off Dennis Pritt Road and carried away a number of samples for testing and analysis.
But the officers are yet to recover the clothes Irungu was wearing when he says he was shot in the chest. They have also not recovered the ‘kanzu’ he was wearing when he was spotted in Kimani’s apartment.
After the alleged shooting, Maribe and Irungu told police they went to Nairobi West, Lang’ata and Kijabe Mission hospitals.
But they also gave contradictory statements on the shooting – they initially said the attack happened in the house but later said it was outside. It is not clear whether Maribe stuck to her initial story yesterday because she was still with detectives until late evening.
Monica murder: Three men
Irungu is said to have told police he had arrived at the estate at about 1.30am on September 21 in the company of Maribe when he spotted three men standing outside their gate.
He entered the house but left to go and check why the strangers were hanging around.
Irungu told police that one of the men shot him in the left side of the chest before fleeing on a motorbike. They did not steal anything from him. He returned to the house and told Maribe what had happened.
But police say preliminary findings show no shooting was reported at the scene. Guards and neighbours interviewed told police they did not hear a gunshot. Maribe also told police she did not hear any gunshots.
Police are also waiting for a medical report to establish if Irungu’s injury was caused by a bullet.
Source: Adopted from the Standard
Why police want TV star Jacque Maribe to record statements over arrest of fiancé Joseph Kuria Irungu in murder probe
Police want to record a statement from a TV journalist whose fiancé was arrested on Tuesday in relation to the murder of a woman in Nairobi. Homicide officers investigating the murder of Monicah Nyawira Kimani said they wanted Jacque Maribe to record a statement to clarify a number of issues that have emerged during their probe.
Jacque Maribe’s fiancé, Joseph Kuria Irungu, is in police custody following Ms Kimani’s killing. The 28-year-old woman’s body was found in a bathtub in her house in Lamuria Apartments on the afternoon of Thursday, September 20. Her throat had been slit.
Jacque Maribe car was used
Police say the car Mr Irungu was driving when he was spotted in Kimani’s house before her body was discovered is registered in Maribe’s name.
The Toyota Allion saloon car has been detained by the investigators.
“She is not responding to our calls but we have left a message for her, requiring her to come for further clarification. Even her lawyer says she is not responding to calls,” said an officer.
Jacque Maribe did not report to her workplace yesterday.
Irungu was also driving the same car at about 1.30am on September 21, when he claimed to have been shot and wounded in the chest by a gunman who allegedly escaped on a motorbike outside their house.
On the night of September 20, Irungu had told police he had picked Maribe from a club in Kilimani and driven to their house in Royal Park estate, Langata. Irungu told police they arrived in the estate at about 1.30am when he spotted three men standing outside.
Irungu told police he took Maribe into the house and went back to the gate to check what was happening. That is when he claims to have been shot.
Irungu said he went back to the house and told Maribe what had happened.
Jacque Maribe told police she was drunk and drove him to Nairobi West Hospital where he was attended to and sent home. The two also told police they went to Nairobi West Hospital and Langata Hospital the same night seeking treatment for the gunshot wound. But yesterday, one of their lawyers told a Kiambu court that the couple also went to Kijabe Mission Hospital.
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lawyer Cliff Ombeta to represent Jacque Maribe
Yesterday, lawyer Cliff Ombeta also said Maribe had asked him to represent her. “Yes, she contacted us for representation but no comment for now,” Mr Ombeta replied when asked about her whereabouts. Police want clarification on the events of that night.
Both Maribe and Irungu had initially said the attack occurred in the house but later said it was outside, according to police.
The officers say preliminary findings show no shooting incident was reported at the scene. Neighbours and guards told police they did not hear any gunshots.
Police are also waiting for a medical report to establish if Irungu’s chest injury was indeed caused by a bullet.
The two have been living together since July, when Irungu publicly proposed to her at an event they streamed live on Instagram.
When the detectives went back to the house on Tuesday evening in the company of Irungu, Maribe was not present. But when police had gone to arrest Irungu earlier, at 5am, she was in.
The team recovered a live bullet from under the bed, but not a pistol they said they had been informed that Irungu has been using at most shooting ranges in the city. Police said he has been claiming to be a licensed gun holder but this is not the case.
Irungu has been a security guard for a private firm in Dubai and Afghanistan. His other engagements remain a mystery but locally, he provided private security for VIPs.
During a police parade on Tuesday, he was positively identified by four witnesses as the last man seen walking out of Kimani’s house on September 19.
Adopted from the Standard
Jackie Maribe Biography
Jackie Maribe was born on 18th December. She is a media personality who is a news anchor and political Affairs reporter at Citizen TV. In 2017 she received the Head of States Commendation (HSC) civilian award from President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Jackie Maribe Education
She attended State House Girls High School in Nairobi and later joined Nairobi University to study journalism.
Jackie Maribe Career
She began her career as an actress in the Constant Gardener (2005). In September 2009 she became a a Senior Political Reporter at K24 TV a position she held until December 2011. In December 2011 she she became the a Political Affairs Reporter at KISS TV of Radio Africa Group until October 2012. In October 2012 she joined Citizen TV of Royal Media Services
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Jackie Maribe and Eric Omondi
Jackie Maribe has been romantically connected to Eric Omondi after they were spotted in several social venues together.But it was during Jackie’s all-white birthday when the affair came to the surface. They were captured kissing by paparazzi but Eric played the episode down saying theirs wasn’t a romantic kiss.
“I did it because it was her birthday,” Eric said.
Eric Omondi later confirmed they had a relationship. “Yes, I have had a relationship with Jacque,” Eric Omondi said. After being asked if he is Jaque’s baby daddy he said, “I can’t talk about that.” Eric Omondi says the two are no longer an item adding that he moved on.
Jacque Maribe and Dennis Itumbi
Jackie Maribe and Dennis Itumbi has been romantically linked after the Director of Digital Communication in the Office of the President Dennis Itumbi surprised Jacque on her birthday on 18th December 2015 at the Citizen TV studios.
Jacque had just completed reading the 1 pm news bulletin when Dennis Itumbi made his way into the studio and presented the cake to her, sang and wished her a happy birthday all in full glare of the cameras.
Jacque could not hold back her excitement as she broke into tears of joy. Dennis Itumbi did not relent to share the birthday message he has for Jacque.
“May she laugh hard, may God keep her and bless her. Happy birthday Jacque!” wished Dennis Itumbi.
Jackie and Dennis has dismissed the rumours about them dating and has said that they are just good friend.
Jacque Maribe and Oliver Mathenge
Jackie is said to have dated Oliver Mathenge,the senior political analyst for The Star newspaper, and is said to have cheated on him. The rumours maybe just be false as Jackie attended Oliver’s wedding.
Jacque Maribe Boyfriend
On 30th June 2018 Jackie Maribe got engaged to Joseph Kuria Irungu, popularly known as Jowie, a security expert, who proposed to her during a romantic surprise dinner for her and her close circle of girlfriends.
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Jaque Maribe’s boyfriend arrested over murder of Monica Kimani
Updated: 25th September 2018
Boyfriend to TV journalist Jacque Maribe, Joseph Kuria Irungu, popularly known as Jowie, has been arrested in connection with the brutal murder of Ms Monica Kimani in Kilimani.
He was arrested as suspect to the murder as police could not corroborate a shooting incident he reported at Lang’ata Police Station. In the report, Irungu claims he had been attacked and shot at the gate of the apartment along Dennis Pritt road where Monica lived last week on Thursday.
28-year-old Monica Kimani was found dead in the apartment the same day she got back from South Sudan. Her brother found her lifeless body in the bath tub with her throat slit.
Police could not verify the shooting incident as no catridges were found at the scene. The neighbours also did not hear any gunshots on the said date.
He told police he had arrived at the Royal Park Estate last week on Friday morning to drop off the journalist when he noticed three men standing at the entrance.
He had earlier on picked the woman from a club in Kilimani and drove her to her residence. After arriving at the house, he drove back to the gate to check what was happening with the strangers hanging around.
Irungu told police when he tried to establish what their mission was there, one of them shot him on the left side of his chest. The bullet exited to the back as the attackers allegedly escaped on a motorbike. They did not steal anything.
Irungu is apparently a licensed gun holder but it is not clear if he was armed then.
Source: Standard Digital Entertainment
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