The nation was in shock after the news broke about the murder of Jeff Mwathi, an accomplished interior designer, who was found dead outside the building owned by DJ Faxto, a popular Mugithi musician. Speculations were rife about what really transpired on that fateful night. However, after months of investigations, the DCI has finally shared their findings about what really happened before the murder of Jeff Mwathi.
According to a reliable source, the DCI had run tests after exhuming the body of the late designer. The results from the tests reveal that Jeff Mwathi was murdered before being thrown out of the 10th floor of the building. The news sent shock waves across the nation as people tried to come to terms with the brutality of the crime.
In a statement released on Thursday, the DCI stated that DNA samples had been obtained from the deceased and other persons of interest to establish if the victim was sexually molested. This was a disturbing revelation that added another layer of complexity to the already gruesome crime.
DJ Faxto, the owner of the building where the murder took place, expressed his willingness to collaborate with the DCI during the investigation to establish the cause of Jeff Mwathi’s death. The DJ’s cooperation was seen as a step in the right direction, as it would help shed light on what really happened on the night of the murder.
The Homicide unit of the DCI is yet to release their final report, which they said will be received from Pathologist Oduor. The report is expected to provide more details about the murder and help answer some of the questions that have been on the minds of Kenyans since the murder took place.
As the investigation continues, the nation remains hopeful that justice will be served and that those responsible for the murder of Jeff Mwathi will be brought to book. The tragedy of his death will not be forgotten, and his legacy as an accomplished designer will continue to inspire future generations.