Sarah Wairimu who is facing murder charges of her husband Tob Cohen, on Thursday afternoon paid visit to deceased’s grave at the Jewish Cemetery located along Wangari Maathai Road.
Wairimu says she laid a tombstone on the grave.
“At a suitable time, I will hold a private ceremony to commemorate the laying of the tombstone as appropriate,” said the 53-year-old in a press statement.
Cohen’s body was found in an underground water tank by DCI detectives at his Kitisuru home after he had been reported missing on July 19 with his phones switched off.
“Cohen was It is a gruesome murder, they took their time to kill innocent Cohen,” said Director of Criminal Investigations George Kinoti.
“He was bound (on) legs, hands, and neck before he was murdered and then they hid him in an underground water tank. They took their time,” he added.
Sarah sensationally claimed the body could have been planted in her compound to frame her, an allegation she will have to prove in court as police build a case against key suspects.
Wairimu was released on bail on October 11, 2019 by Justice Stella Mutuku.
High courts ruling on January 16 allowed Sarah to pick only necessary items from the crime scene that would enable her to live comfortably pending the hearing and determination of Cohen’s murder case.
“Ms Wairimu is allowed to collect her clothes, shoes, handbags and grooming tools from the premises,” directed Justice Mutuku.