Mr. Kadima

More info emerges about Christian Kadima, suspect in the murder of lawyer Elizabeth Koki

2021 has started with a dark pall, especially as concerns deaths a result of murder most foul. One of the recent murders that has captured the nation’s attention is that of prominent city lawyer, Elizabeth Koki.

The prime suspect in the case has emerged as Congolese Christian Kadima who was arrested by DCI detectives who caught up with him at a city lodging.

Kadima was arrested by the DCI for allegedly killing Koki, 32, at her four-bedroom house in Syokimau, Machakos County on Thursday. The deceased co-owned Githinji and Koki Advocates and practised law in Nairobi.

Mr. Kadima
Mr. Kadima
A proud DCI explained the arrest of the suspect saying, “Kadima had tried to outsmart our officers by driving his getaway car to Riruta, to create a false impression on his whereabouts. however, our sleuths were too clever for his antics, he is currently in lawful custody, being processed for his despicable act.”
But what more do we know about the man with the name that denotes the most followed religion on the planet?
1. Christian is a fitness buff who normally frequents SmartGym on Ngong Road and had allegedly worked as an instructor.
2. The man used a couple of aliases while online, with his name on LinkedIn being, Euloge Kadima. His profile reads, “Simplifier of business processes through digital transformation.”
In another networking site he calls himself a business and technology graduate, telling any prospective people who want to work with him, “I am looking to grow my network with like-minded professionals in Nairobi, Nairobi county, Kenya. I currently work in the B2B marketing industry. when I’m not working I enjoy connecting with people who have an interest in business, business development.”
Mr. Kadima
Mr. Kadima
3. The man is multilingual with a source who spoke to Mpasho saying that he speaks, Congolese Swahili, English, Portuguese, French and very likely Zulu.

Christian was Monday Jan 11th arraigned at the Mavoko Law Courts and didn’t take a plea as the prosecution requested for 14 days to conclude investigations.
The investigations will include the suspect’s real identity and the crime he allegedly committed.


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