Muthoni's co- accused isaac ng'ang'a alias Gikuyu, who will also serve in jail for 30 years for the murder.
The two conspired to kill Mwangi,the former principal of Kiru secondary School,in November 2016.
High Court judge Joel Ngugi said, the prosecution provides his case beyond against the duo beyond any reasonable doubt.Joel Added that,a stiff custodial sentence against the accused is merited.
Muthoni and ng'ang'a followed the court proceedings,virtually from their respective jail at Nairobi's Langata women and Kamiti maximum prisons.
State counsel Catherine Mwaniki,had urged that the case against the two met the threshold to have them sentenced to death.Nakuru High Court found the duo guilty of murder in April thise year.
Mwangi had been reported missing on November 6 2016,his mutilated body would,8 days later on 14 November 2016 found dumped in a coffee plantation in Juja,kambu county.
His Window,Muthoni and a co- accused Ng'ang'a were later arrested for connection with the killing.The prosecution submitted that Muthoni,the former principal of Icarari secondary school ,had hired criminals including nganga to kill Mwangi.
The court had that Muthoni,engendered her husbands killing after he allegedly begun in a relationship with an a the women,identified in court as Mpesa lady.
The court was told the plan was to eliminate Mwangis lover then kill him,the case has go on until when Muthoni and Ng'ang'a were declared guilty of murder.
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