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Jacque Maribe Jacque sent to Langata women's prison

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Blow to Jacque Maribe

Citizen TV journalist Jacque Maribe will spend six days at Langata women’s Remand Prison after the court rulling. play Citizen TV journalist Jacque Maribe will spend six days at Langata women’s Remand Prison after the court rulling. (Citizen)

Citizen TV journalist Jacque Maribe will spend six days at Langata women’s Remand Prison after the court rulling.

She is however, set to undergo psychiatric analysis at Mathare Mental Hospital to determine if she is fit to take plea for murder charges against her on October 15.

Ms. Maribe appeared in court together with her fiancé Joseph Irungu after the Director of Criminal Investigations (DPP) Noordin Haji declared murder charges against them on Tuesday morning following the murder of businesswoman Monica Kimani.

“I am satisfied that there exists a prima facie case to warrant criminal prosecution,” Mr Haji stated. “I have therefore directed that they be immediately arraigned before the High Court and charged accordingly.” Said Haji

play Jacque Maribe and fiance Joseph Irungu. Citizen TV journalist Jacque Maribe will have to spend six days at Langata women’s remand prison after the court rulling. (Citizen)

Emotions

An Emotional Maribe, was captured on camera using her fingers to wipe tears while she was staring at the floor, she sat barely a meter away from the main suspect Irungu.

During their arraignment at Kiambu Law court, the two appeared to have lost the intimacy and public affection that had characterized their relationship before the Monica murder.

They sat on the dock side by side but they did not exchange any pleasantries. Maribe looked away from her fiance’s direction, betraying the tension between them.

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