- DJ Fatxo who was spoke to Ghetto Radio Presenters DJ Double Trouble says that those people have no choice but to heal since he has been exonerated
- He however acknowledged some of the friends who stood with him during the entire time
Mugithi singer DJ Fatxo has wished healing for people who had been made to believe that he killed interior designer Jeff Mwathi.
DJ Fatxo who was exclusively spoke to Ghetto Radio Presenters DJ Double Trouble and Bonoko during their Goteana show says that those people have no choice but to heal since he has been exonerated.
“There are people who are yet to heal because they bought this false narrative. I am praying that they heal very fast because they have no option but to heal. They need to stop forcing things,” said Fatxo.
The musician further believed that the case brought his life at a standstill. According to Fatxo, he lost endorsements and international shows and tours in Australia, UK and Saudi Arabia he had lined up.
Life Came to standstill
“My life came to a standstill, all my shows were cancelled, I had a show in the UK, I had a show in Australia, I had a tour in Saudi Arabia and all of them were cancelled. In all these I give thanks to God,” he said.
He however acknowledged some of the friends who stood with him during the entire time.
Among those who prayed and never left his side are Ghetto Radio’s Bonoko, his business partners and some promoters.
“My friends left me. But there are many friends that stood with me, some promoters and even people who gave me endorsements.
“I know there are many who prayed for me… people like Bonoko prayed for me,” he said.
Earlier on Wednesday the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions concurred with decision of the Director of Criminal Investigations in finding that DJ Fatxo was not involved in murder of his friend Jeff Mwathi.
Fatxo’s lawyer Duncan Okatch told journalists at Milimani Law Court that thorough investigations were conducted by the officers from DCI and files forwarded to the office of ODPP which has given the final decision.
“Throughout the period of investigations, Jeff was like an open book, he has cooperated well with the detectives, he surrendered all that the detectives required and availed himself whenever he was called,” Lawyer Okatch said.