Sunday September 22, 2019-Husband killer, Sarah Wairimu, has said she will move to court to challenge the court invalidate the contents of the Will left by his late husband Tob Cohen.

Impeccable sources with the Will, which was read on Friday said Cohen’s sister Gabrielle Straten has been bequeathed 50 per cent of the Kitisuru home.

The remaining 50 per cent has been shared out between Gabrielle’s two children.

Each child will receive 25 per cent of the value of the home estimated to be Sh400 million.

All the shares held by Cohen in his companies which include a tour firm Cohen Tours will be taken over by Gabrielle.

She will also take over Sh100 million cash in local and international banks. The brother, Bernard has been gifted Sh50 million in a Dutch bank.

 But Sarah through her lawyer, Philip Murgor said she will go to court to challenge the purported will.

“If our rights to the matrimonial home are in any way affected, we will fight all the way to the Supreme Court,” Murgor said.

 Sarah, who was left with nothing despite being the wife of late Cohen for over 20 years is the prime suspect in the murder of Cohen.

Cohen, 71, disappeared on July 19th and 42 days later his body was found inside a septic tank in his Kitisuru home.

Tob Cohen will be buried on Monday in a private ceremony.


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