Sarah Wairimu wants DPP and DCI fined

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Sarah Wairimu, the widow of the late Dutch billionaire Tob Cohen wants the Director of Public Prosecutions charged for alleged contempt of court.

She wants the DCI and the DPP fined for disobeying the order of the court which restrained all parties involved in this case from addressing the media on the investigations and evidence alleged to exist in the case.

In an application before the high court Sarah Wairimu claims, the DCI twitted severally on 18th September on the official page which  is in total disregard of the order issued by Justice Jessie Lessit.

Through her lawyer Philip Murgor, Wairimu further accuses the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions of providing information published by a local daily as well as a Dutch Newspaper on 30th September with respect to the ongoing investigations of the case.

She also included Juma Victor Owiti and John Kamau as respondents in the case for allegedly publishing sensational, false and prejudicial articles on the ongoing investigations through a Facebook page and a local newspaper respectively.