Evans Karani, the 38 years Old suspect who made headlines after being accused of killing his lover catherine Nyokabi on the month of April 13 this year has denied of killing his lover. Nyokabi was Burried on 20th of April at her parents home.
Evans the suspect was arraigned at Kiambu Law Court today on Wednesday, and he has pleaded not to be guilty. The suspect will now remain rumanded untill next month on May 2, where the rulling of his bail terms would be made.
According to Standardmedia, Evans Karani appeared before Justice Mary Kasango in a virtual session, The case was supposed to heard yesterday but failed because he did not have a lawer to represent him and was scheduled today.
The plea of not being guilty comes days after he accused suspect told court not to waste time on his case and instead jail him, which shocked many kenyans when he allegedly confessed of Killing his lover.
Before the charges were read to Karani in Swahili languge the court warned him that he would be sentenced to death if he pleads guilty to murder, This is the reason Karani has changed his mind and told the court he didn't kill his lover, forgetting he had already confessed earlier.
A postmortem that was conducted on Nyokabj reports indicates that she died of blunt trauma, The body of Nyokabj was found abbondoned in Karani's car in April 14 in Kiambu county.
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