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Late Asad Khan’s family seeks to deny Maxine Wahome bail pending trial


Late Asad Khan’s family seeks to deny Maxine Wahome bail pending trial

The family of the late Asad Khan, a Kenyan rally driver, has requested the court to deny Maxine Wahome bail before trial. The pre-bail report filed by Adil Khan, Asad’s brother, to the court expressed the pain the family has endured since the death of their kin. Maxine is accused of murdering Asad on December 12, 2022, at Preston Apartments on Oloitoktok road. The two families, who were well acquainted through motorsport, were reportedly happy and celebrating together at a rally before the incident occurred, after which they became worst enemies.
Maxine and Asad were in a love relationship, according to the report, and had been staying together at the deceased’s rented apartment in Kileleshwa for one year and six months. The late Asad, who was married and divorced, had two adult children who sent a message of condolence and have not been in touch since. The report also denied allegations by Maxine that Adil was taking her sponsorship money alongside his late brother.
The court will deliver the bail ruling on Wednesday. Maxine’s lawyer, Murgor, has urged the court to release her on reasonable bail, stating that she was a victim of domestic violence. The case has garnered a lot of attention from the media and the public, as it involves two prominent figures in Kenyan motorsport.
In conclusion, this tragic event highlights the dangers of domestic violence and the need for awareness and education on the subject. It is crucial to remember that relationships should be built on mutual respect and support, and violence should never be an option. The court will have to weigh the evidence presented and make a decision based on the law and justice.

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