The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has today withdrawn the murder charges against Tob Cohen widow Sarah Wairimu and her co-accused person Mr. Peter Karanja. The prosecutor Wangui Gichuhi told the court that they had filed a Nole prosequi in court seeking not to proceed with the case. Wangui had told Justice Daniel Ogembo that the matter will now be registered as an inquest. This move comes more than a month after widow Sarah Cohen called for investigations and prosecution of former DCI boss George Kinoti over his role in alleged fabrications and skewed investigations against her.
According to the Noordin Haji, the inquest will enable the contradictions that have affected the proceeding of the matter to be heard in detail by all the parties involved. However, political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi has reacted after Sarah's murder case was finally closed. Taking to his twitter handle he delivered a powerful message to Rigathi Gachagua and other UDA politicians whose cases were also withdrawn. In his remarks he said, on Tob Cohen, and UDA politicians like Gachagua, always they should always remember that justice is for the rich and the law belongs to the poor. He added that is why Milimani Court smells like a slave market, spiced by cheap fat cat lawyers.
In his statement he said, "On Tob Cohen, and UDA Oligarchs like Gachagua, always REMEMBER this: JUSTICE is for the RICH. The LAW is for the POOR. That is WHY Milimani COURT smells like a SLAVE market, spiced by CHEAP cologne from FAT cat lawyers."
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