Sarah Wairimu Cohen Biography
Sarah Wairimu Cohen ( Born as Sarah Wairimu Kamotho) is best known as the wife of Tob Cohen, a famous businessman from the
Netherlands who has been living in Kenya for many years. Unfortunately, At the tail-end of a blissful life, things seemed to be going pretty bad – and rather quickly – for the 71-year-old tours and travel guru. Sarah’s husband filed a divorce case against his estranged 50-something-year-old wife Sarah Wairimu Kamotho, that was believed to be a fight over a multi-million-shilling property, and an assault case he had filed against his wife kept dogging him.
Sarah Wairimu Cohen Age
Have you been wondering how old is Sarah Wairimu Cohen, well, according to our research, She was born in 1967 and she is 52 years old as of 2019.
Sarah Wairimu Cohen Height
Information concerning her height is still under research and will soon be updated immediately we come across details about Sarah’s height.
Sarah Wairimu Cohen Family
Information concerning her family is still under research and will soon be updated immediately we come across details about Sarah’s family.
Sarah Wairimu Cohen Parents
Who are Cohen’s wife parents? unfortunately, Sarah seems to value private life since details concerning her parents are not disclosed to the public eye. Information about her parents and siblings is still under review and will soon be updated immediately we come across any details about her family issues.
Sarah Wairimu And Tob Cohen’s Photo
Sarah Wairimu Cohen Net Worth
Have you been wondering how rich is Sarah, Unfortunately, details about her net worth is still under research and will soon be updated immediately we come across any detail concerning her net worth. She must have been leading a luxurious life after all her husband was a former CEO of Dutch conglomerate Phillips East Africa.
Sarah Wairimu Cohen Kids
Unfortunately, details concerning their children are not disclosed to the public but we will keep you updated immediately we come across information concerning their marriage life.
Sarah Wairimu out on Sh2m bail, barred from her home
Sarah Wairimu-Cohen has been released on Sh2 million cash bail.
Justice Stella Mutuku said the prosecution failed to prove there were justifiable reasons to keep her in remand.If not cash, Wairimu, Tob Cohen’s widow, will be required to deposit two sureties of Sh2 million each to secure her release.
The widow has been barred from going to her matrimonial home. If she requires anything, she must seek the court’s permission and cannot contact witnesses or Cohen’s siblings. Wairimu will also not go to businesses she owned with Cohen.
She is expected to provide testimonials from her parents and friends as proof that they will accommodate her. Wairimu will also do a testimonial that she can sustain herself during the trial. The DPP plans to appeal the decision to free Wairimu, who has denied killing her husband. The Directorate of Criminal Investigation has been directed to continue holding her passport pending further directions from the court. Meanwhile, businessman Peter Karanja, also implicated in the murder, has denied the murder charge. He is being detained, pending the hearing of his bail application on Thursday. Mutuku directed the two cases to be mentioned on November 12 when they will be consolidated. This was after the DPP, through Catherine Mwaniki, sought to have them consolidated.
Sarah Wairimu Kamotho has been charged with the murder of her Dutch billionaire husband Tob Cohen.
Justice Stella Mutuku heard that Ms Kamotho, together with others not in court, killed Cohen on the night of July 19 and 20 in Nairobi, a charge that she denied.
At the same time, Justice Mutuku has allowed lawyer Philip Murgor to represent Ms Kamotho in the trial, saying there is no conflict of interest.
The judge said Mr Murgor’s resignation as public prosecutor on March 7 was enough since no one can be forced to remain in office against their will.
The office of the Director of Public Prosecutions had told the court that Mr Murgor’s appointment as public prosecutor was gazetted on January 16, 2019 and is yet revoked.
The prosecution has asked the court for five more days to allow them to place some key witnesses under witness protection.
But Mr Murgor has opposed the application saying his client has been in custody for 37 days.
He had earlier termed it as a violation of her rights and detention without trial.
Meanwhile, Joseph Njoroge Karanja was arraigned before Justice Mutuku in connection to the Cohen murder case.
The businessman is also implicated in the murder but is yet to take plea.
The court has directed that he undertakes a mental test at Mathari Hospital on Tuesday, October 8.
Justice Mutuku also ordered that he takes a medical check-up and treatment after his lawyer said he was suffering from diabetes. He will plead to the murder charge on October 11.
The court will hear Ms Kamotho’s bail application on Friday.