Murder suspect Jowie Irungu’s new catch Eleanor Musangi alais Ella has addressed the dynamics of her perceived love triangle with Jowie and his ex-fiancee, Jacque Maribe.
Speaking on Radio Jambo, the model said she met Jowie when he was single and she has never been a threat to Jacque Maribe.
“Jowie was not with me when he was with Jacque. I’ve never been a threat to Jacque and Jacque has never been a threat to me now that’s what you need to understand,” said Ella.
In a separate interview, Ella said she met the alleged murderer through divine intervention when he was facing the law over the cold-blooded death of Monica Kimani.
“I don’t know Jowi that much. I met Jowie through a divine intervention when all this whole saga was happening, the Holy Spirit spoke to my heart and told me, to love that man and care for him. I was praying for Jowie while behind bars and I was more than overjoyed when my prayers were answered when he came out,” she recently told a local tabloid.
“He’s always been faithful all through and he’s very honest and transparent. When we met, he was not entangled to anyone, he was a single man. We both approached each other, my family accepted him and God is the foundation of our love. It broke my heart that the man I love was behind bars. But when he says he has peace, he is truly contented. I know this is my man for life and our relationship is not made from this world and that’s why I speak with courage,” Ella declared.
Jowie is facing murder charges involving businesswoman Monica Kimani, who was found dead in a bathtub in her house in Kilimani, Nairobi, in 2018.
He is co-accused alongside his ex-fiancée, former news anchor Jacque Maribe.
He was released on Sh2 million cash bail in February this year and has been maintaining a low profile.