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Dutch tycoon, Tob Cohen’s body found in his home

Dutch tycoon, Tob Cohen’s body has been found after a long search by Kenyan intelligence following his mysterious disappearance.

The body of the late billionaire was found buried behind his house barely a day after his wife Sarah Wairimu was ordered to take a mental test.

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Friday marks forty days since the Dutch tycoon was reported missing as his family demanded justice and need to get the body of their loved one.

Sarah and Tob are said to have not been in the best relationship with reports indicating that he was a victim of gender-based violence.

In July the late tycoon is said to have filed a case against his wife complaining of harassment and threats in addition to denial of his conjugal rights.

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According to the Directorate of Criminal Investigation, Wairimu stood as the main suspect following his disappearance.

Workers at the home of the tycoon are reported to have said that the late Tob left for work on the fateful day.

Police on the hand had marked the disappearance dates to be between July 19 and 20th as they commenced their investigation.

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Cohen entered the country in 1987 and since then he has been conducting his business in Kenya.

Before his mysterious disappearance, Wairimu is said to have notified Tob’s embassy of unknown mental condition that he was suffering.

She further said that it has been coming between the two of them even after several interventions by their families.

Berryl Achieng
Kenyan news interests me a lot but I also keep tabs on other news making headlines in Africa and around the world.


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