‘It has been hell’ DJ Fatxo explains life after link to Jeff Mwathi’s death
Mugiithi artiste DJ Fatxo says the last one month has been hell for him and his family, specifically his mother.
DJ Fatxo returned on his social media platforms on April, 26, 2023, to celebrate his 27th birthday.
DJ Faxto is a person of interest in the murder of an interior designer namely Jeff Mwathi who is reported to have fallen off from the 12th floor of his apartment to his death.
Interior Cabinet Secretary Kithure Kindiki ordered for investigations into the matter. Police have since announced they completed investigations and forwarded the file to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) for recommendations.
Fatxo commented on a post by lawyer Wahome Thuku who revealed he had called the singer for the first time since he was widely mentioned in Mwathi’s death.
The popular lawyer said he had a 17-minutes talk with the DJ.
Fatxo said that being denied freedom of speech and movement has not been easy.
He maintained that he is innocent.
“Amen Amen Amen. I read this Loudly for my mother to gather some strength and hope for tomorrow. She said God Bless You.
“It has been hell. I will meet you soon God willing and tell you how life feels when you’re denied freedom of speech and freedom of movement for something you NEVER DID and something you’d never do even in another world. Bless You, Mr Wahome,” he wrote.
He also responded to a fan who asked him to shed light on what transpired leading to the death of Jeff Mwathi.
DJ Fatxo said he also doesn’t know but promised to share his story soon.
In his birthday message to himself, he urged his followers to always be kind to people saying that he was thankful that he had been able to survive it all.
The Directorate of Criminal Investigation said in a statement via Twitter that the new investigation was followed by new evidence provided by the state Pathologist and the state Chemist after a post-mortem examination of the body.
“The file is now complete and has been sent to the Director of Public Prosecutions this evening, for review and advice,” the DCI said.