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“Lets put her in prayers” JACQUE MARIBE put on suicide watch after falling into depression

by Paul Nyongesa
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“Lets put her in prayers” JACQUE MARIBE put on suicide watch after falling into depression

At one point in our lives, we’ve endured the odd and sometimes unrelenting bout of depression. For most of us, this bout comes from resurfaced childhood trauma. But for others, the bout of depression, particularly the unrelenting kind, comes from bullying.

The truth is, all depression comes from bullying, whether inflicted by family members, the self, or friends and acquaintances.

The worst kind, however, is the kind of bullying that comes from all directions, from all kinds of people, in all kinds of ways; the kind of bullying only celebrities endure.

Former Citizen TV senior political reporter, Jacque Maribe, is reportedly living with her parents after doctors advised her family to monitor her mental health.

According to sources, the once-celebrated TV journalist is in a state of depression, having been bogged down by the publicized murder case where she is accused of aiding her ex-boyfriend Joseph Irungu alias Jowie, to murder businesswoman Monica Kimani.

Her health started deteriorating in July this year.

was associated with the murder of the businesswoman Monicah Kimani a few years ago and that was the beginning of everything that was going to haunt her.

She opened up in an interview with True Love that while she was in the middle of the skirmish, she not only lost a lot of her friends but she was also getting incredibly trolled and bullied by Kenyans on the internet, she said that she even heavily considered Killing herself at that point.

The TV presenter is, alongside her ex-boyfriend Joseph ‘Jowie’ Irungu, currently battling murder charges in relation to the gruel death of the woman which is reported to have occurred in Kilimani, a Nairobi suburb in 2018.

Kimani was until her death based in Juba, South Sudan but had briefly returned home when she was found dead at her apartment

Maribe who is out on bail, has opted for a low profile life for the duration of the case.

The bail terms barred her from reading or reporting news in relation to the case.

The renowned journalist resigned from Citizen TV in 2019 citing personal reasons and has shifted her focus on hosting political bigwigs on her YouTube channel.

She has also been spotted at social gatherings and offered interviews about her life, including relationship with Jowie and comedian Eric Omondi who doubles up as her baby daddy.

Jowie has meanwhile appeared to court trouble and the prosecution recently applied to court to have his bail terms cancelled.

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