Intrigues surrounding the disappearance of Dutch tycoon as Kenyan wife detained

Tob Cohen and his wife, Sarah Wairimu

Tob Cohen led a life of corporate visibility and grandeur in his 32 years’ stay in Kenya, until at a time between July 19th and 20th, of this year. Cohen, unmistakable figure in Kenyan golf courses, and respected tours and travels’ magnate disappeared from the limelight in total contrast to his entry back in 1987.  His arrival, three decades ago, represented the image of a young man ready to merit all the opportunities that Africa could offer. He chose Kenya as the gateway to his imagination of prosperity. Prosperity came…

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Nandi Senator Samson Cherargei arrested over hate speech

Nandi Senator Samson Cherargei has been arrested at in his Eldoret home. Senator Cherargei’s arrest comes a day after the Directorate of Criminal Investigations summoned him over hate remarks he made at the weekend during the funeral of the late teacher Dominic Kiptoo Choge at Lelwak in O’lessos. Detectives had surrounded his home for hours after the senator reportedly refused to open the gates. He was driven to the DCI offices in Nandi to record a statement. Speaking at the funeral, Cherargei said supporters of Deputy President William Ruto were…

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DJ Moh Spice arrested for public display of a firearm

DCI detectives on Wednesday arrested Nicholas Mugo Mwangi, popularly known as DJ Moh Spice, at Space Lounge for public display of a firearm. A Steyr Pistol and 174 rounds of ammunition were confiscated. “Following Public outcry of a #DJ displaying a Firearm in public, @DCI_Kenya Detectives from #SCPU last night arrested Mr. Nicholas Mugo MWANGI at #SpaceLounge Club, Ngong Rd. A Steyr Pistol & 174 rounds of Ammunitions confiscated. He’s in our custody helping with investigations,” DCI tweeted on Thursday. In a photo that went viral online on Wednesday, the…

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DCI launches investigation into ‘suspicious’ letter over controversial Division of Revenue Bill

Kenyan investigative agency, the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI), has launched investigations over a letter, allegedly directed to the Attorney General over the now controversial Division of Revenue Bill. The letter, with a letterhead denoting the Office of The President, in Kenya, calls for a political truce over the now contested division of revenue. The text within the duly signed document appears to note that a constitutional process may get derailed to due to various clauses that impede the Office of Budget Controller. The letter also warns that Presidential authority,…

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