Jacque Maribe and her lover, Joe Irungu appeared in court for the mention of their murder case. Dennis Itumbi was in court too to support Jacque. He took to social media and wrote; ”My friend Jacque Maribe fights on in court. Eventually Facts. Evidence and the Law will carry the day.
But let justice roll down like waters, and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream.” Jacque Maribe’s request to have her car back was denied. The Office of the DPP said it will not release her car yet as it forms part of the murder trial’s exhibit and evidence.
In an affidavit filed in court, the investigating officer Maxwell Otieno says the car and Jacque’s mobile phone handset will be relied on during the prosecution’s case.
Since they will be produced as exhibits, the court is not seized with jurisdiction to order for its disposal. The judge directed both parties to appear in court on March 13 to deal with the affidavits they had written.