Sister to the late tycoon Tob Cohen has sent a message to President William Ruto. According to Van Straten, the DPP Noordin Haji wants to withdraw a case against Serah Wairimu and this is a matter that has shocked her the bone marrow.
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Van Straten is urging president William Ruto to intervene to have the persons who killed her brother Jailed. Van slow through Dutch TV urged the president to take up the matter to ensure justice is served.
Van Straten is clear that her brother was killed in cold blood and therefore those who committed murder must not walk free. Sarah Wairimu is the biggest suspect but the DPP has told court that wants the case dropped because of lack of evidence.
Those who remember well, Tob Cohen was murdered and his body was dumped in a septic tank in his own home. The matter has raised many questions than answers given Cohen had been denied conjugal rights by Sarah for a long time before he was later found dead.
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