Thursday September 26, 2019 - The widow of slain Dutch tycoon, Tob Cohen, Sarah Wairimu, has issued a tough message to the Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI), George Kinoti, who is still investigating the death of her husband.

In an affidavit signed by her lawyer, Philip Murgor, on Thursday, Wairimu, who is the chief suspect in the murder, said she has learnt that Kinoti is interested in their Sh 400 million mansion in Kitisuru that late Cohen left to his sister, Gabrielle Van Straten.

Wairimu noted that Kinoti’s sole responsibility is to investigative criminal cases and not ownership of property or matrimonial issues.

“I am further apprehensive that the efforts to further detain me is an attempt to keep me away while those who claim to have rights over the said property take ownership unobstructed, “ Wairimu stated.

“I believe that Mr. George Kinoti is now determined to hand over the keys to my matrimonial home to the purported beneficiaries of my husband’s alleged will without due process of the law," Wairimu added.

During the reading of Cohen’s will last week, Wairimu was left with nothing.

The late Cohen bequeathed everything to his sister, Gabrielle, his brother, Bernard, and his sister‘s children.


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