Cabinet Secretary for Public Service and Gender Aisha Jumwa speaking during her vetting interview. Photo courtesy.
The murder charges against Cabinet Secretary for Public Service and Gender Aisha Jumwa has officially been withdrawn by court. According to the latest report from Mombasa law courts as quoted by Citizen television, the murder charges against the Cabinet Secretary for Public Service Aisha Jumwa has officially been withdrawn after an application by Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) Noordin Haji.
The court has officially withdrawn the charges and turned the CS to be a state witness in thar case. Jumwa is now going to be treated as witness in that case which involves the murder of a middle-aged man from Kilifi County known as Ngumbau. The deceased is said to have lost his life during an altercations in a by-election campaign in the year 2019. Jumwa has now been officially given her passport back after the withdrawal of those charges.
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