- The judgement was slated for today
- The presiding Judge said she was unwell
- The two are accused in the murder of the business lady Monica Kimani
The High Court has deferred to deliver the judgement of former TV news anchor Jackie Maribe and her ex-fiancé Jowie Irungu over the murder of late businesswoman Monica Kimani.
The judgement will now be delivered on December 15.
Justice Grace Nzioka was to deliver the judgement today but pushed it to a later date as she is unwell.
Jowie is the first accused person in the murder trial of Monica.
He was charged alongside Jacque Maribe in 2018.
Monica’s body was found at her Lamuria Gardens Apartment on Kitale Lane off Denis Pritt Road in Kilimani.
The prosecution called 35 witnesses who testified against the two.
Although they have denied knowing Monica or being involved in her death, assistant DPP Gikui Gichuki has said the evidence they presented in court is sufficient to have them convicted.