Kadima pleads not guilty to killing lawyer Elizabeth Koki in Syokimau
Christian Kadima who is accused of killing a lawyer, Elizabeth Koki, pleaded not guilty on Tuesday.
The case was before Judge David Kimei at the Machakos High Court.
According to the Prosecution, Kadima underwent a mental test and proved that he was fit to stand trial.
The defense team led by advocate Kwisero Langalanga was granted seven days to file a formal application for bond/bail.
The case will be mentioned on March 2, 2021 for pre-trial directions/bail hearing.
The deceased was represented in court by several advocates led by Law Society of Kenya (LSK) President Nelson Havi and Vice President Caroline Kamende.
The late Elizabeth Koki was a practicing lawyer and co-owner of Githinji and Koki Advocates.
She was murdered on the night of January 7, 2021 at her home in Syokimau, Athi River.
Kadima was reportedly spotted leaving the victim’s house the day before a domestic worker discovered the lawyer’s body inside her bedroom.
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