The prosecutor in the case of officer Jennifer Wambua who used to work in NLC has finally given a statement regarding the suspect in his murder case by the name Peter Njenga well known as Sankala and said that the suspect is not fit for Prosecution.
Dorine Mwau who is one of the Suspect's lawyers told the court that his client has mental issues and used to attend assessment reviews. According to the last assessment made on the suspect, Dorine proved to the lawyer that it was revealed that the suspect in question was mentally unstable.
The matter was heard before Machakos High Court Judge David Kemei, who ordered that the matter be mentioned on June 22.
The Suspect is now held in Muthaiga police station as more investigation on the case continues.
The director of DCI said that the arrest was made possible after forensic study made revealed that the suspect had raped the victim while in place of prayer and went on to strangle him to death.
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