Jacque Maribe resurfaces online with a special message after missing in action for a year

Maribe makes a come-back with a message

Jacque Maribe resurfaces online after a year with a special message

Former Citzen TV News Anchor, Jacque Maribe has resurfaced online after a year’s absence from the public, with a special message to Eliud Kichoge.

Jacque took to Instagram to congratulate Eliud who set a new world record at the Ineos 1:59 Challenge by crossing the finish line in a record time of 1:59:40.

Maribe joined in the celebrations, thanking Kipchoge for making Kenya proud and confirming to the world that an individual's capabilities is not limited.

"@kipchogeeliud thank you, for sharing this moment with us. For allowing us to witness history. For showing us that we can teach our children that no human is limited. We are proud. I am proud. Kenya is proud. Thank you. You are worth making a comeback for. Read her post.

The journalist has been away from the limelight after she was charged with the murder of Kenyan businesswoman Monica Kimani last October alongside her boyfriend Joseph Irungu alias Jowie.

She was later released on bail, by the High Court of Kenya.

During the bail ruling, Justice James Wakiaga restricted Jacque Maribe from reading the news, conducting interviews and making comments related to the murder trial until the case was concluded.

Resignation from Citizen TV

In July this year, she handed in her resignation from the Royal Media Services (RMS) Citizen TV. The mother of one is said to have alluded to personal reasons for her decision to leave the station

At the time of her resignation, the former screen siren worked as an Editor at Citizen TV. Prior to that, Maribe worked as Friday night 9pm bulletin anchor alongside Waihiga Mwaura and also doubled up as a senior political reporter with the TV station

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