Whistleblower in mysterious death of Jeff Mwathi claims his life is in danger
- "Please Dj Fatxo, don't mess me or my boys, I am sorry I exposed you," Muthiora wrote on Facebook.
- Mwathi's family visited the DCI Headquarters in Kiambu on Monday to receive a briefing on the progress of investigations and to begin recording statements.
Simon Mwangi Muthiora, whistleblower in the mysterious death of Jeff Mwathi now claims his life is in danger.
"Mama Jeff and Family, I did my best. I have my own sons now to protect, they are in danger, but I will protect them with my blood.
"Please Dj Fatxo, don't mess me or my boys, I am sorry I exposed you," Muthiora wrote on Facebook.
He further urged the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) boss Mohamed Amin to "deliver Justice to this young man in his grave."
Mwathi's family visited the DCI Headquarters in Kiambu on Monday, March 13 to receive a briefing on the progress of investigations and to begin recording statements.
Interior Cabinet Secretary (CS) Kithure Kindiki issued a directive to the DCI on March 10, asking them to take over investigations into the mysterious fall of Jeff Mwathi at mugithi artist DJ Fatxo's Kasarani home.
On the same day, homicide sleuths based at the headquarters visited the artist's residence as investigations kicked off.
The probe was previously handled by officers at Kasarani Police Station.
During the February 22 incident, the 23-year-old man is said to have spent the day with DJ Fatxo at different entertainment joints before accompanying him home at 3 am.
CCTV footage from Redwood Apartments building showed Mwathi falling off from the 12th floor and landing on the parking lot.
In a presser on Sunday, March 12, DJ Fatxo claimed he was the first to file a report regarding Mwathi's demise and even broke the news to his family.
"I actually contacted them and told them I would have supported them in the burial arrangements and we should come together during this time," the mugithi artist added.
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