Edina Wilsom vs Republic, Criminal Appeal no 294 of 2019.

This case provide when the evidence is purely in circumstancial evidence court must adhere the following: the court had this to say:

“It is a settled trite principle o f law that in a criminal case in which the evidence is based
purely on circumstantial evidence, in order for the court to found a conviction on such evidence, it must be satisfied that the evidence irresistibly
points to the guilt o f the accused… to the exclusion o f any other person.