Approximately 19 days after Jeff Mwathi's death after allegedly falling off from Fatxo's Redwood apartment on the 10th floor along Thika road, a section of Kenyans are staging a protest outside the residence demanding justice.
In a video clip, the protesters are seen holding placards while shouting the now trending slogan '#JusticeforJeff'.
The demonstrations come a day after DJ Fatxo claimed that Jeff Mwathi was reported missing prior to his demise.
Fatxo while speaking in a presser on Sunday, March 13, explains that while he had gone with him to his house after a night out, he left with three other women but upon his return, Jeff Mwathi was missing.
He slept briefly and in the morning he was still missing which prompted them to report the matter to the police station before he reportedly found his body.
"Keep on praying for me, this thing is hard but we will emerge victorious. It was I who reported the matter to the police station. I went to my house with Jeff and then left with three ladies but he was not there upon my return. I am the one who told the police Jeff is missing," he stated.
He maintains after learning about his death, he contacted Jeff's family and even had to pass some of the information through his mother.
"I reached out to his family and informed them about Jeff's death. I told them that I would support his burial but I did not get the response I needed. This prompted me to involve my mother," he said.
DJ Fatxo's sentiments, however, contradict the information shared by authorities and the scenes captured via CCTV in his apartment.