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Rally Driver Maxine Wahome is likely to face murder charges, this is after the DCI shifted investigations from grievous harm to murder after the death of Rally Driver Asad Khan.

The prosecution told senior Principal Magistrate Bernard Ochoi that the police have closed the file that was investigating grievous harm and is now establishing the people behind the murder of the former driver.

“The shift in the circumstances are on the matter, the investigating officer is no longer investigating the assault since the victim is dead,” said state prosecutor James Gachoka.

The court however stated that Ms. Wahome  will keep reporting  to the DCI  Kilimani  every  Thursday  and record  further  statement and also cooperate  with the investigating officer until  the matter  comes  for mention  on 30th January to confirm  the progress  of investigations.

Asad’s family lawyer Cliff Ombeta asked the trial magistrate  that the family of the late Khan  be allowed to participate  in the investigations to assist  in pointing  out key areas  that  will help the victim  nab the persons who killed  the deceased.

“The victim’s  family  are not spectators  in the matter  they are active  participants  who must be involved  amicably to get the  gist of what transpired following the death  of  Asad,” Ombeta stated.

The legendary rally driver Asad Khan succumbed on 18th December 2022 at city hospital after he was allegedly assaulted by his girlfriend Maxine Wahome.

By Rodgers Oduor


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