Director of public prosecutions, Noordin Haji has withdrawn Dutch Tycoon Tob Cohen's Murder Case Against his wife Sarah Wairimu and the co-accused.
According to the DPP, the case in which the late tycoon's wife Sarah Cohen and two others are accused of murdering him will now be registered as an inquest.
"The DPP has directed that this matter be handled via inquest to be filed in the Chief Magistrates court `Milimani Nairobi, this will provide an opportunity for parties to present any information that had not been explored substantially before the court," read the letter.
The body of 71-year-old Dutch tycoon Tob Cohen was discovered buried in a septic tank at his Kitisuru home in Farasi Lane. Three Years ago.
He had been missing for two months. The body was discovered blindfolded and with both hands tied suggesting that he might have been tortured before his death. Detectives also found a rope tied around his neck. Cohen was former Chief Executive Officer to Philips East Africa.
His wife, Sarah Wairimu had been arrested as the main suspect behind the murder.