In Summary
  • High for the second time postponed judgement in the case of Irungu and Maribe
  • The two are charged with the murder of businesswoman Monica Kimani.
  • The judge requested for more time to peruse the exhibits.
The High Court sitting in Nairobi Milimani has once again postponed delivery of judgment in the case where Joshua Irungu alias Jowie and former TV news anchor Jackie Maribe.
The two are charged with the murder of businesswoman Monica Kimani.
The judgement was pushed to 15th December 2023 after the trial judge lady Justice Grace Nzioka reported that she was ill and could not sit for the judgement on 6th October 2023.
While postponing the judgment on Friday, Justice Nzioka said she was yet to complete scrutinizing part of the exhibits that were submitted to her on Monday this week.
In a virtual submission, the judge told the parties in the case that  of exhibits were submitted to her and she would need more time to peruse the exhibits.
The judgment has now been pushed to January 26, 2024.
The main accused person Joseph Irungu had pleaded with the judge to deliver the judgment before Christmas holiday, arguing that it has been a long and agonizing wait for him and his family.
The lawyer representing Irungu also pleaded with the judge to consider earlier dated since chrismas and new year festivities means nothing to his client who is a muslim.

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