Rogue officials from the Office of the Directorate of Public Prosecutions have put on notice for attempting to revoke investigations on Cohen's murder.
The progress was made to shield reputed Appellate Court Justice from facing prosecution over his murder.
A couple of years after the burial of Cohen, justice is yet to be served to the family of the slain Dutch tycoon.
An affidavit filed by the Directorate of Criminal Investigation has claimed that the Appellate Court Justice Ole Sankale played part in the murder of the Dutch beau.
Sankale was a close associate to Wambui, the tycoon's widow. Further more, the duo secretly had a steamy relationship.
Cohen was on his death bed two days after he purportedly discovered the mystery behind Wambui and Sankale's malicious relationship.
Forensics depicted that Sankale had been identified as one of Tob's legal representatives possessing the authority to carry out legal transactions on his behalf and finally enlisted to posses part of his extensive property.
The Office of the Directorate of Public Prosecution was put on spotlight for purportedly terminating investigations to shield Sankale from facing prosecution.
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