Shortly after being found guilty of Monicah Kimani's murder, Joseph Irungi, better known as Jowie, released a gospel song called "Nakuabudu."

Safri Records produced the worship song that he posted on his YouTube channel.

Part of the lyrics says, "Nakubudu, Nakusujudu, ni wewe, Yesu milele....Mikononi mwako Baba narejea, miguuni mwako Yesu nalilia....Msalabani nimepona, sitaogopa, unami Bwana, gongo lako na fimbo yako inifariji Bwana...."He captioned the description of the music video with Psalm 150:6

"Let everything that hath breath Praise the LORD. Praise ye the LORD."

In 2020, Jowie made his musical debut by releasing his first gospel song, "Nishikilie." He then released more songs, including "Eyaah," "Juu," and "Babie."

Jowie was on Friday was found guilty of killing Monicah Kimani in 2018. Jacque Maribe, the second defendant, was found not guilty and, therefore, was acquitted of the murder.

On Friday, Justice Grace Nzioka stated that;

"All this evidence leaves a strong conclusion that Irungu murdered Monica Kimani," she said.

"The prosecution has proved beyond a reasonable doubt."

The sentencing will be heard on 8th March.