Judy Wangui 's House Help Confesses Washing Bloodstained House After Mary Wambui's Brutal Murder

  • Murder suspect Judy Wangui and Joseph Kori with the slain wife the late Mary Wambui. Facebook
  • An employee of Judy Wangui, the main suspect in the murder of Mary Wambui, has confessed that her boss made her cover-up the murder scene after the atrocious act. 

    Wangui's house help narrated to homicide detectives from DCI, who have now taken over investigations, that she was made to wash Mary's blood off the floor of Judy's apartment at Fourways Junction.

    She also told the officers that Joseph Kori, Mary's husband, was not at the house which has been declared the primary crime scene.

    The late Mary Wambui who was believed to have been murdered by Judy Wangui.

    The house help's statement contradicted Judy's which stated that Joseph hit his wife Mary repeatedly on the head with his gun. 

    Michael Mathenge, a taxi driver who was allegedly hired by Judy, turned the heat on her after he told police that the murder suspect blackmailed him into helping her dispose of Mary's body.

     After loading the body into a white Mercedes Benz, they reportedly left the premises in separate cars, heading for a dam in Ruiru where they dumped the body. 

    They drove to Kiamaiko in Githunguri and abandoned the Mercedes then drove back to Fourways in Mathenge's black Toyota Voxy. 

    Both Judy and Mathenge will be arraigned in court on Wednesday to face murder charges.

    Sources close to the investigations told Nation that detectives are yet to decide whether or not to charge Mary's husband. 

    Since statements from witnesses reveal that Joseph wasn't in the house at the time of Mary's demise, authorities are investigating whether he could have participated in other ways. 

    “We are waiting for the forensic examination report so that we can confirm if he participated in other ways. We will then decide whether to charge him or free him,” the officer told Nation.

    Michael Githae Mathenge at Kiambu Law Courts on February 6, 2019.