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69-Year-Old Dutchman alleges estranged Kenyan Wife’s Plot to Illegally Inherit His Vast Estate

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A Nairobi-based Dutchman has written to the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) and the Inspector General of Police over harassment by his estranged Kenyan wife.

Tob Cohen, the CEO of Tobs Company accuses his estranged Kenyan wife of using police and the justice system to harass and intimidate him.

Cohen claims that his partner Sarah Wairimu is colluding with some government officers to illegally deport him so that she can take over his vast estate.

“There has been a curious excitement to have our client prosecuted for allegedly assaulting her despite insufficiency of evidence, which intended prosecution is aimed not only at soiling his reputation but also having him deported from Kenya so that his properties become free and available to Sarah Wairimu Kamotho and her accomplices,” Cohen’s lawyer Danstan Omari says.

Cohen says Wairimu is using all means in an attempt to inherit his properties after he filed for divorce early this year.

Cohen, 69, has lived in Kenya since 1987 and married Wairimu in 2007 but soon after, their marriage became rocky after she began demanding a 50 percent stake of his property.

“The said Sarah Wairimu Kamotho has expressly been disrespectful to our client by being scornful and by use of emotional blackmail well demonstrated by the denial of our client’s conjugal rights,” the letter reads in part.

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He also accuses Wairimu of storming into his office and throwing a glass of water at his face, threatening him, and pushing him downstairs, sustaining serious injuries on his forehead.

He says he was treated and later reported the matter at Parklands Police Station but that Wairimu filed a report at Gigiri police station claiming to be the one who was assaulted.

“That our client is astonished at the discriminatory manner in which the law is being applied to his disadvantage since no step has been taken by police officers at the Parklands police station to prosecute Wairimu despite a preponderance of evidence demonstrating her guilt, yet the same law enforcers are keen on prosecuting our innocent client.”

Cohen says he will continue to suffer humiliation, discrimination, and persecution if the DPP and IG fail to take action.

Source: Mwakilishi.com

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VIDEO: Waking up to Mua Hills Splendor – Rafiki Gardens

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Like a string instrument, life’s music will play depending on the way you tune it. However, many loose it based on excuses.

Some of these excuses include statements like I am broke, I cannot afford it, it’s very far, it’s expensive, let me think harder about it, what if this is just another of the many scams? Others will doubt almost everything around, including life itself!

The story is different at Rafiki Gardens, customers are fencing their plots ready to set up homes. This property is limited value added and one is free to set up what they have been dreaming of. In life, there is always a first step, and this is a good place to start off life. Watch more here:

Our topic today is "REFUSE TO GO DOWN"We are LIVE from RAFIKI GARDENS, a property worth ksh695K.Please participate in the show by sharing, commenting, tagging others and stand a chance to get FREE AIRTIME. Over 20 followers will win this airtime! See you then!

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Optiven recently went a step further to murram the roads to ensure that our customers can access this property easily. We are happy that KERRA is upgrading the access road from the tarmac and several kilometers are now done.

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Jiweke Tavern owner collapses, dies in his house

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Jiweke Tavern Restaurant owner John Keige has died.

The city tycoon collapsed and died outside outside his home in Nyari Estate, Nairobi.

He was quickly rushed to Nairobi Hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival.

According to his domestic employees, Keige had just completed taking lunch, and decided to take a walk but collapsed moments after getting out of his house.

“Boss had just finished having lunch when he decided to go jogging. A few steps outside the gate, he collapsed,” One of his workers told The Standard.

Confirming the businessman’s sudden death, Keige’s sister Elizabeth Keige said his brother died on Tuesday afternoon, July 7 and he will be laid to rest on Tuesday, July 14.

He will be burried at a private funeral at the family rural home at Muruka in Kandara, Murang’a county.

Rumours had it that the tycoon died from COVID-19 but his doctor dismissed the claims saying he died of a heart attack.

Jiweke Tavern is located off Ngong Road in Nairobi.

In April, the entertainment joint made headlines after it reportedly refused to host a group of atheists on Easter Weekend.

The club is hailed for its consistent good service provision from the bartender to the bouncers.

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You can own this Bugatti La Voiture Noire car for only $19m or Ksh1.9B

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Most expensive cars in the world – what are they and how much do they cost? We’ve gathered a collection from 10 most expensive autos all over the world – from Bugatti Chiron with price tag $2,7 million to Bugatti эLa Voiture Noireэ for $19 million. Some of them are impossible to buy even you have required amount of money. LKat’s begin with Bugatti.

Bugatti has unveiled the “La Voiture Noire” translated as “the black car” made entirely from carbon fiber. The first one of the Limited Edition car has been sold for $19 million to Ferdinand Piech, the owner of VW group.

Designed by Salome Etienne, it is inspired by its predecessors Veyron and Chiron and the pre-war Type 57SC Atlantic.

Powered by an 8 liter, 16 cylinder engine that churns out a jaw-dropping 1,500 HP the car should be able to reach above 450 km/h. Bugatti has refused to reveal its performance specifications.

The front is dominated by the trademark horseshoe-shaped Bugatti grill and blends into an aerodynamically swept-back design with sloping windscreen and wrap-around tail lamps. Also be sure to check best free car website templates and themes.

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