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Police have established the well-thought out plan that Joseph Irungu, alias Jowie, used to access Monica Kimani’s apartment in Kilimani area, without revealing his identity.

Dominic Bisela, a security guard with Lavington Security and a resident of Kibera, was invited at a construction site for casual work in Royal Park estate in Langata, the same place where Ms Maribe stays.

Detectives have discovered that Mr Bisela, was off duty on September 17, two days before Ms Kimani’s death.

As is customary, construction workers surrender their identity cards at the gate with the site guard.


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Joseph Irungu and his Fiance Jacque Maribe. Police reports have emerged that Joseph Irungu, alias Jowie, stole an Identity Card to access Monica Kimani’s apartment in Kilimani area. (Facebook)

The security guard did the same but in the evening after work, Bisela’s ID had disappeared. He left his mobile phone number and asked the site management to call him if they found it.

It has been confirmed that Mr. Irungu used Bisela’s ID to sign into Lamuria Gardens off Dennis Pritt where Ms. Kimani lived on the night she was murdered.

Irungu was allegedly dressed in a long white Kanzu which is consistent with those worn by Muslims.

Jowie also wore a cap that covered his eyes and detectives believe he was in disguise, trying to pass himself off as Sudanese.


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Joseph Irungu and his Fiance Jacque Maribe. Police reports have emerged that Joseph Irungu, alias Jowie, stole an Identity Card to access Monica Kimani’s apartment in Kilimani area. (Instagram)

 

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Results from DNA samples collected from slain business woman Monica Kimani have so far confirmed that Joseph Irungu was at her murder scene.

According to a report by the investigators, the DNA analysis from samples of semen collected from Monica’s body matched those of Joe Irungu, the primary suspect in the case. DNA samples from Monica’s nail tips also matched those of Jowie.

The report further disclosed that the suspect’s finger prints were found on the sellotape used to gag Monica’s mouth, the ropes used to tie her hands and the bloodstains found on Monica’s sofa, adding that the DNA samples had a 99.9 percent match with the suspect’s.



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