The beautiful love union has gone sour with top kenyan officials reigning the spotlight in the cold wars and nasty break up that have seen some partners end up murdered in cold blood like case high court advocate Chesang whose magistrate wife is a chief suspect.
Ms Jane Muthoni, the main suspect in the murder of Mr Solomon Mwangi, her husband and former Kiru Boys principal, was with her husband prior to his death.
Police Inspector Clement Mwangi on Thursday testified before Nakuru High Court Judge Joel Ngugi that Ms Muthoni, her husband and two other suspects – Mr Isaac Ng’ang’a and Mr Joseph Njuguna Kariuki – were together at Witeithia in Urithi, Kiambu County, on the day Mr Mwangi was killed.
Inspector Mwangi said phone call data analyses corroborated Mr Kariuki’s testimony that four people were involved in the killing. Mr Kariuki turned State-witness after admitting his role in the crime.
Mr Kariuki, alias Karis, who is serving a seven-year jail term after pleading guilty to manslaughter, said they were with Mr Ng’anga’, alias Gikuyu, who tied a rope around principal Mwangi’s neck before they jointly dragged him out of the vehicle that was being driven by Ms Muthoni.
Inspector Mwangi added that Ms Muthoni, who had travelled with her husband from Murang’a to Gatundu in Kiambu on November 6, 2016, received an SMS message from Mr Kariuki while at Mukurue – where the body was recovered.