Jacob Juma’s wife has requested Interior Cabinet Secretary Major General Joseph Nkaiserry and Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet to provide information that would lead to successful investigation of the slain businessman’s death.
Addressing the press Friday morning at her Karen home, Miriam Wairimu Juma asked Boinnet and Nkaiserry to provide CCTV footage of Juma’s car on the day he was murdered, and Juma’s mobile phone data.
“We wish to ask the Minister for Security Major General Joseph Nkaiserry and the Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet to provide us with the following: Number One: the CCTV footage of Jacob’s car tracked to Ngong Road on the night of Thursday, May 5.”
“Number Two: The mobile telephone data detailing the various mobile operator locator – the various places his phone traveled through on the night of May 5 and morning of May 6. We ask only these two things for now. We shall be requesting more information in due course and look forward for your cooperation on the above,” said Miriam.
Mrs Juma also requested for details of the vehicle, company and officers that towed her husband’s Mercedes-Benz to Karen Police Station.
“We want the registration of the vehicle that towed Juma’s car to the police station and at what time; and which company and individuals (carried out the exercise).”
The mother-of-two added her family backs the idea of involving FBI and other security agencies to probe her husband’s death.
“We as a family fully support the engagement of foreign help – that is the FBI or Scotland Yard to assist in the investigations of Jacob’s assassination. We are also looking to engage the services of a private investigator.”
Her statement comes just a day after she revealed that no state security agency has approached her to assist in the ongoing investigations into Juma’s death.