Court Allows Jacque Maribe access to Her House, iPhone and Car Remain State Property

Citizen TV journalist Jacque Maribe’s move to sue the DPP has paid off as Prosecution has allowed her to access her house.

Her black iphone and Toyota Allion car according to Prosecutor Catherine Mwaniki will have to remain with the State since they are exhibits that will be produced in court.

In her contempt of court suit, Maribe argued that she had not been allowed to access to her house forcing her to ‘beg for clothes and accommodation’ since her abode was cordoned off as a crime scene.

She has reportedly also gone without medication and had to ‘borrow’ a mobile phone.

Maribe was arrested on September 29 over allegations of being an accomplice to the  murder of Monica Kimani, a Nairobi businesswoman.

After a month in remand, she was released on Ksh.2million bail after Justice James Wakiaga indicated that there was no indication that she posed a flight risk.

Her co-accused lover- Joseph ‘Jowie’ Irungu is however still in police custody at the Industrial Area Remand Prison.

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