The family of the late Dutch Billionaire Tob Chechou Cohen, remembered his second death anniversary on the Daily Nation since his gruesome murder in July, 2019.
In a moving tribute to the former CEO of Philips Electronics East Africa, the family booked a space on the obituary section of the publication today Tuesday July 20, 2021.
Openly and notably missing out among the names listed on the tribute is the name of Sarah Wairimu Cohen, the widow of the deceased Dutch Billionaire Tob Cohen.
The late Tob Cohen was found murdered and his body hid in a septic tank at his Nairobi’s Kitisuru home on September 13, 2019, and Sarah Wairimu later arrested in connection with the murder.
In their moving tribute to the late, the family noted that they were still grief stricken by his untimely loss, but were always comforted by the memories of the shared great times while still alive.
“Dear Tob, today marks the second year anniversary of your departure from this world…Your spirit and legacy continue to shine on.
“Affectionately remembered by your sister Gabriele Cohen, her husband Roy van Straten, nephew Seth and family, your friends, and all the lives you touched all over the globe. You are solely missed and loved beyond measure,” reads an excerpt from the obituary.
Tob Cohen’s body was found dumped at an underground tank at their home in Kitisuru Spring Valley Lower Kabete Nairobi, having gone missing on July, 19, 2019.
Speaking after his body had been found, the the Director of Criminal Investigations George Kinoti described his murder as gruesome, adding that his killers took their time to execute the innocent tycoon.
“Cohen was It is a gruesome murder, they took their time to kill innocent Cohen,” said Kinoti.
“He hands, legs, and the neck were all bound before he was murdered and then hid in an underground water tank,” Kinoti had explained.
Before his mysterious disappearance, the late Tob had expressed fears for his life through a letter to the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Noordin Haji, eight days to going missing.