A witness on Tuesday 28th September 2021 denied engaging in the act with Monica Kimani on the night before her death. The man said that he received a message in the wee hours of the night, but the message seemed weird to an extent it left him questioning since they had known each other for barely a month.
Talking before the court, the man said that he received the text on that fateful day Monica was found dead. He said that he made it to Monica's place on 18th September 2018 at around 9:20 pm but never made it to the deceased's house, he later drove back to his place not knowing the danger that awaited his new friend.
The man said that when he made it to Monica's place, the security guards never asked for his identity since they had already been told about him before his arrival. When in the court he called Monica Kimani who appeared almost immediately after the call, they hugged and Monica pleaded to go back to the house since she claimed she had two visitors in the house who needed her company.
The man was forced to go back to his house, but at around 11:00 PM, the witness got a strange message from Monica demanding him to get back to the place and help her sleep. This sounded so strange and he was forced to call her but surprisingly all her phones were off, she followed the calls with a text but she never got a response either.
The witness claims that the two were just friends and it was hard for him to believe the message. When he woke up the following day, he was shocked to hear that the woman was found dead in her Kilimani house.
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