The body of missing Dutch tycoon Tob Cohen was on Friday afternoon found in a septic tank at his home in Kitisuru, Spring Valley, Nairobi.
His wife Sara Wairimu who was arrested days after his disappearance is still in police custody.
Cohen, was reported missing from their Lower Kabete home in Nairobi between July 19 and July 20, 2019.
Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI) Georoge Kinoti was quoted as saying the body was discovered inside a septic tank in his compound at Kitisuru, Spring Valley Road in Nairobi.
On August 28, 2019, Wairimu was picked and interrogated by police for the third time over the disappearance of Mr Cohen from their Lower Kabete home, Nairobi.
The last time Mr Cohen was seen in public he had allegedly been dropped off at a club in Westlands after he left his house on the day he is believed to have disappeared.
The Dutch embassy in Nairobi reported Cohen missing after his family approached Dutch police, saying they could not reach him on his mobile phone and it was unusual for him to be out of touch for long.
A day before his body was found, a charge sheet produced in court indicating that Sarah Wairimu would be charged with the murder of Tob Chichou Cohen on the night of July 19 or July 20, 2019 at dawn.