Bound by the law, Jacque Maribe is not allowed to talk about the Monicah Kimani death case. As she is a suspect together with ex-fiance, Joseph Irungu aka Jowie.
Since 2018, she has not had any interviews, she has not made any social media post in regards to anything related to the case. Now that she is no longer on TV, she decided to go digital and open a YouTube channel where she talked a bit about what has been going on.
An emotional Jacque opened up saying she watched her passion fade away after the incidence that has taken over her life for more than two years.
“Jacque is at the peak of my career until then all of a sudden you just don’t know how. Life just happens and it’s like you are driving on such high speed and then you have to take an emergency brake.” she shared
Adding that she woke up to incidences that left her shocked just when she was at her successful peak.
“Getting into 2018 was a very interesting year for me being one of the voices that could actually be heard and taken seriously in the political sphere and leadership. Again being a female senior political reporter, it was an interesting journey having risen like that and all of a sudden you feel like everything is falling into place and making so much sense until one day you have no idea what the world just decides to do. Literally a standstill. Have you ever felt like your world just stopped? And you stop breathing, stop understanding what is going on around you and I know you know what I’m talking about that happened in 2018 that basically just brought my journey as a journalist to a halt so unexpectedly. It’s something I cannot go into details about because legally I’m not allowed to do that, but I hope it’s a conversation that we can be able to have in the future, what I have learned from it so far, what as a woman it has meant for me, the changes it has brought. But I can say life can just deal you blows and it becomes extremely difficult to understand what has just happened,” added Maribe.
Jowie was released early this year as the case goes on and for Monicah Kimani and her family to get justice.