The murder case of the late Rift Valley Institute lecturer Irene Jepchumba against her lover Godfrey Kangogo has taken a major twist as the investigating detective revealed some crucial details that could set Kangogo free.
According to the Standard digital news reports, Pamela Rono, an investigator with the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) told the prosecutor in the case that Godfrey Kangogo, the accused, is innocent of all the charges he was facing.
The investigator stated that all 26 witnesses that were interrogated stated that the accused is innocent as he never pushed the deceased into the waterfall.
Four of the witnesses revealed that the two were happy together as they held each others hands as they walked towards the waterfall to take selfies.
Rono stated: "My investigations only placed the accused person as the last person to be with the deceased. He is the only one who can tell the truth of what transpired."
This means that the accused might be set free from the charges.
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