The family of the late Jeff Mwathi poked holes into investigations carried out by detectives from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI), questioning why no one was arrested in connection with her son's death.
Speaking to the media at the family home in Njoro, Nakuru County, Jeff Mwathi's mother, Anne Mwathi alleged that her son was murdered at DJ Fatxo's house and disputed claims of suicide reports.
She noted that she had lost hope in the investigations as no conclusive efforts were made since her son's demise.
“I believe that my son was murdered at DJ Fatso's house. He did not commit suicide. Why should the DCI put me through all this including exhuming the body of my son and there are no arrests?" she wondered.
Further, the mother questioned why she was yet to receive a report on her post-mortem results after his body was exhumed.
“We do not expect the report taken to the DCI will bring results. We did not get the autopsy report yet, we do not know anything,” she added.
Echoing her statements Jeff's grandmother Teresia Mwathi wondered why justice for their kin had been delayed.
"We are aggrieved that the country cannot dispense justice to the poor. We see that it is the rich who have their way," she pointed out.
The news comes as the DCI forwarded Jeff's file to the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) for direction.
The DCI stated that the investigation ended after the homicide department received an autopsy report from the Government Pathologist and the government Chemist.
“The file is now complete and has been forwarded to the Director of Public Prosecutions this evening, for perusal and advice,” the agency stated.
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