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Postmortem of the late Tob Cohen pushed to Wednesday

Postmortem of the late Dutch tycoon Tob Cohen has been postponed until Tuesday following disagreements.

A team from the government pathologist led by Peter Ndegwa arrived to conduct the postmortem only to be stopped.

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Addressing the press outside Chiromo mortuary where the body of Tob Cohen is, Ndegwe said he has been requested to stay aside.

He continued by saying that the decision follows his presence at the house of the late Dutch tycoon acting from a request by the DCI.

In his absence, government pathologist Johansen Oduor will conduct the necessary exercise.

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

The suspect Sarah Wairimu is also expected to be present during the post-mortem or send his team as requested by the suspect herself.

Appearing before a Nairobi Court, she was informed she will remain detained for ten more days as the police conclude with their investigation.

Sarah Wairimu is also expected to undergo a mental test in seven days before she stands trial for the alleged murder of his husband.

It was at the court where parties representing the family and DCI were advised not to disclose proceedings of the court to the public.

Also read: Sarah Wairimu to spend ten more days in custody

The body of the late tycoon was discovered in a septic tank at his Kitusuru home in Nairobi forty days after he was reported missing.

Addressing the Media, DCI boss George Kinoti described the manner in which he was murdered as cruel as he avoided giving additional information.

Slavian Mwangecho
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