The Most Infamous Murder: Former boss convicted of murdering her husband – KBC


Nakuru Magistrate’s Court found Jane Muthoni guilty of murdering her husband in 2016. PHOTO / COURTESY

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Former Icaciri High School principal Jane Muthoni has been found guilty of killing her husband in 2016 by the Nakuru Court.

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Muthoni was applauded by the guilty verdict along with his assistant Isaac Nganga Wambui Alias ​​Gikuyu who are jointly accused of plotting to carry out the cold bloodshed of Kiru Boys’ Secondary School Boys Simon Mwangi.

In handing down the verdict, which convicted the two, High Court Judge Joel Ngugi noted that there was ample evidence against the two for the murder of Mr Mwangi.

“I see and hold that both the accused Jane Muthoni Mucheru and Isaac Ng’ang’a Wambui alias Gikuyu, are guilty of the murder of Simon Mbuthi Mwangi (late) in contravention of Article 203 as read in conjunction with Section 204 of the Penal Code. both accordingly, ”Judge Ngugi said in his ruling.

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Mwangi disappeared on November 7, 2016, was no longer found alive on the day he was expected to take the national exam papers at the Murang’a County Education Officer’s offices but did not appear. Five days later, his body was discovered at Karakuta Coffee Estate.

The fate of the two was closed when a man who confessed to being involved in the killings, one of Joseph Njuguna called Karis, testified that the plot led to Mwangi’s murder. His side of the story proved to be important and made an important witness in the case. Karis confessed before the court that he was involved in the killings.

At the same time, contact data from mobile service providers also helped squeeze Muthoni into murder. The data provided showed that Muthoni and the other defendants were in constant contact with each other as they planned the assassination.

Communication statistics also placed four in the area where the atrocity was committed.

The sentencing hearing is set for 18 May 2021 through the Virtual Session.


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