Investigations into Jeff Mwathi's case were determined to be inconclusive, according to reports that emerged on Friday, April 21.
Police were said to have found no evidence that directly tied Lawrence Njuguna alias DJ Fatxo or the two men in the house on the fateful night to the mysterious death that occurred on February 22 in Kasarani.
Consequently, the police did not rule out suicide in the mysterious death that caused an uproar among Kenyans.
Some of the questions raised in the case regarded where the interior designer was allegedly pushed from.
According to the detectives, it was impossible for someone to have been thrown out the window of the bedroom window given the small opening.
In any event, if the window was the point where the 23-year-old fell from, he may have manoeuvred across the tiny opening before falling to the ground floor.
The report detailed that the 23-year-old was hangover and began to throw up in the house, making the host and his friends direct him to a room to recuperate.
Fatxo's friends - the two men filmed on the ground floor on CCTV - were reported to have gone to check whether the DJ had passed out in his car - which occasionally happened.
This was after the DJ has taken long to return to the house, having escorted two ladies they were with back home.
DCI indicated that the duo were still in the lift when CCTV captured the interior designer falling from the 10th floor.
Further reports indicated that the DCI were unsure whether Mwathi was sodomised before death, as alleged.
Mwathi's case file that detailed the findings of the police was submitted to the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP) on April 19.
Noordin Haji's office is yet to give way forward in the case, with the conclusive autopsy report expected to be released in three months time.
"The Directorate of Criminal Investigations has this afternoon completed investigations into the death of Jeff Mwathi, 23, who died on February 22, 2023, in unclear circumstances.
"This is after the Homicide department, which has been investigating the incident received an autopsy report from the government Pathologist and the government Chemist, following a fresh probe into the death as ordered by the DCI Director Mohamed Amin," read the statement in part.
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