High Court finds substantial evidence against journalist Moses Dola
11 May 2016, 15:58
Nairobi – Journalist Moses Dola case against him over the murder of his wife has come to fruition after the High court ruled that there is sufficient evidence against him to prove guilt.
According to The Star he is accused of killing his wife and NTV journalist, Wambui Kabiru.
Kabiru was found dead in their marital home tucked comfortable in bed in a locked bedroom.
Dola went on the run but eventually gave himself up at the Naivasha police station.
He has been has custody since September 2011.
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The pathologist reported that the deceased was killed with a blunt object to the head.
Standard Media reported in 2011 that Dola was thought to have strangled his wife during a quarrel.
There was a 2 year-old boy in the house along with the house girl when the deceased was being killed.
The accused has called both his mother and his wife uncle via phone call that he has committed the crime.
The matter will be heard on June 29th.
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