Sarah Wairimu Cohen visited her late husband Tob Cohen's grave this morning before returning to her upcountry home.
This was after her High Court succession case was postponed until October 2022.
She took her time to pay her respects at his tomb.
The family of the late tycoon Tob Cohen were in the country for the succession case as well. They urged the courts to fast-track the murder trial saying they hope to get justice before they also die.
Cohen was found murdered in September 2019.
Cohen’s sister, Gabriel van Staten, accompanied by her husband Roy van Staten, testified in the succession case where Sarah Cohen, has challenged a will.
Cohen wrote in the will that should Gabriele pass on, then all his property should be shared equally between her two children.
Cohen disappeared between July 19 and 20 and Wairimu had told detectives that he left for Thailand to seek treatment.
However, his Mercedes Benz had remained parked in the compound and he had not contacted his relatives.
Cohen’s body was found close to two months after his disappearance on September 13, 2019, in a septic tank within his palatial home in Kitusuru.
In the now contested will, Cohen gave instructions his body be buried according to Jewish traditions, which was done.
In this case, Sarah has challenged the will that was opened by lawyer Kirundi Chege after Cohen’s death.
She wants the court to give her the matrimonial property, saying it was their home with her late husband.
Sarah also said that she is innocent and her sister-in-law wants to take away the property from her.
She said that the will read by Kirundi is fake, claiming she is the one who has the real will left by her husband.
According to the will read by Kirundi, Cohen gave his Sh450 million matrimonial home that has been the centre of the dispute to his sister Gabriele and his niece and nephew.