The body of Dutch tycoon and top golfer Tob Cohen has been found in a septic tank in home in Kitisuru, after disappearing on July 19, 2019.
The 69-year-old Cohen and his Kenyan wife Sarah Wairimu were embroiled in a bitter divorce case because of property worth hundreds of millions of shillings.
Weeks ago, Cohen’s sister said she used to communicate with him on a daily basis and he always accused Wairimu of being violent.
‘I’M ASKING FOR HELP. LET HIM APPEAR. WHERE IS MY BROTHER? IT DOESN’T ADD UP.
IT’S NOT POSSIBLE,’ SHE SAID IN A VIDEO.
‘There is no body!’ lawyer defends Wairimu, wife of missing Dutch Tob Cohen
SHE (WAIRIMU) PUSHED HIM OFF A HUGE TERRACE IN FRONT OF HIS HOUSE.
HE ENDED UP DOWN THE STAIRS WHERE SHE ALSO ATTACKED HIM WITH A CHAIR. MY FIRST RESPONSE WAS ‘HE IS DEAD’.
Mr Cohen is a former CEO of Philips Electronics East Africa and was reported missing in July.
Ms Kamotho is being held on suspicion of being involved with his disappearance and the plot to have him killed.
The court ordered Ms Kamotho be detained at the Lang’ata Women’s Prison before the case is mentioned on Monday.
More to follow on the case as the body has now been recovered.