Tob Cohen's Murder Case Against his Wife Sarah Wairimu Dropped
The Directorate of Public Prosecution (DPP), Noordin Haji has today dropped the murder case of late Dutch tycoon Tob Cohen where his wife Sarah Cohen, and two others were accused of killing him.
The late Tob Cohen's body was found in a septic tank at his home in September 2019 at his Kitusuru home. His body was found blindfolded and with both hands tied suggesting that he might have been tortured before meeting his death.
Initially, he had been reported to be missing for two months. The 71-year-old was a celebrated golf tournament organizer and the former Chief Executive Officer of Philips East Africa.
Tob Cohen's wife, Sarah Wairimu claimed that the businessman was murdered by people who are well known but enjoying the protection of officers from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations.
The late Tob Cohen's body. PHOTO FILE
“My husband was murdered by people who wanted to grab our Sh500 million matrimonial home in Kitisuru. They had me arrested on August 28, 2020, then colluded with investigators to implicate me after planting his body in a septic tank while I was in custody,” she stated.
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