Two female housekeepers believed to have been working for Jayne Muthoni recorded statements on Thursday at the Kabete Police Station.
This, after Directorate of Criminal Investigations detective Francis Wanjau said that they won’t be summoning Prophet David Owour anytime soon.
The househelps were accompanied by church administrator Lily Macharia who recorded her statement at the same station on Wednesday.
According to Wanjau, they called in the housekeepers to record statements to find out about allegations of Muthoni being brainwashed.
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“The house girls would be able to know If Muthoni was taking some drugs since they have been living with her,” Wanjau said.
However, the media were barred by the police from seeing the two women.
The detective denied claims that Prophet Owour would appear in the station to record a statement.
“Prophet Owour is not like a mukorino from Kwangware we cannot just summon him anyhow,” said Wanjau.
On Wednesday, a DCI officer had told the Star that they had sent a letter to Prophet Owour through his lawyer Kimani Watenga asking him to choose the day he prefers between Thursday and Friday to appear for summoning.
Muthoni’s family have accused Prophet Owour of fraudulently obtaining properties owned by their sister Muthoni.
He further said that Muthoni had not yet recorded a statement because they wanted her to undergo a medical check-up at the hospital.
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“The doctors should look into her state of mind and tell us if she is of sound mind. She might record a statement and later say she was not in her right state of mind,” Wanjau said.
Muthoni’s sister, Alyce Macharia had said that Jayne had been taken to a hospital for a check-up and tests to determine what drugs, if any, were used to weaken her memory and will. The facility was however not identified.
However, Wanjau questioned the media present at the police station on how they knew that Prophet Owour was coming to the station.
“We don’t want to train our police to chase media. Did you hear it from fake social media?” asked Wanjau.
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