Tob Cohen: What happened before he changed his will, leaving out Sarah Wairimu 2 months before death [Revealed]

Tob Cohen amended his will, leaving Sarah Wairimu with nothing after a series of dramatic events.

Sarah Wairimu Kamotho (Left) and Tob Cohen (Right)

Details have emerged on a series of dramatic events that happened before businessman Tob Cohen amended his will, leaving out his widow Sarah Wambui just two months before his gruesome murder.

KTN reports that the will whose contents were revealed on Friday was amended in April this year, two months before the businessman was reported missing.

Cohen is reported to have made the final amendments in April, two months after an assault which left him nursing injuries, badly wounded and bleeding.

He claimed the assault was initiated by his wife Sarah at a time when their union was going through challenges with an imminent divorce.

A bleeding Cohen recorded himself after the altercation and shared the video with his sister.

It is not clear if Wambui had been listed in the previous will before the amendments which saw her walk empty-handed were made.

The event was just one of the many indications of what the Dutch billionaire may have gone through in his challenging marriage to Wambui.

Cohen’s closest friend and former Gatundu MP Patrick Muiruri revealed that not all was well between the deceased and Wairimu, with Cohen confiding in him that Wambui should be held accountable should he (Cohen) disappear.

Speaking to the press shortly after Cohen’s body was retrieved from a tank at his Kitusuru home, an emotional Muiruri recounted his last conversation with Cohen moments before his gruesome murder.

Muiruri disclosed that as soon as he received news on Cohen’s disappearance, he “was reminded of what he told me that in case of anything, my disappearance or my body being found anywhere, Sarah is responsible”.

“On the night he was murdered I talked to him for 15 minutes. He was very concerned about his life.” He added.

He also recounted the mistreatment and embarrassment that Cohen had to go through at the hands of Sara before his eventual murder.

In one instance during the wedding of Sarah’s daughter who Cohen had adopted, the hostility between the two surfaced when Sarah seized the microphone from the deceased just as he was about to address the guests who had attended the wedding in Kitusuru.

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