Sarah Wairimu, who is accused of killing her Dutch husband Tob Cohen, on Wednesday filed an application seeking to be allowed to access her palatial house in Nairobi’s Kitisuru area.
In documents filed in court, Wairimu seeks orders granting her access to the residence to pick her personal belongings.
Among things she wants to take from the house include her dogs Major and Snow, a Labrador/Rottweiler breed and a Doberman breed respectively.
She also wants to pick clothes, shoes, handbags, grooming tools, her music collection and golfing equipment, a generator, foodstuff and beverages of a perishable nature including alcoholic and soft drinks stored in the kitchen and her office.
Other items include electronics (including music system and television sets), books, personal photographs, pictures, artwork, and files.
Sarah further wants the court to compel Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) to release her car to her and to make arrangements for dust covers to be put on all furniture in the house.
“The applicant has lost a significant source of income and is therefore only capable of meeting her immediate subsistence needs and is constrained to further meet the cost of the purchase of new items,” read court papers.
Sarah is accused of killing Cohen between July 19th and July 20th this year at an unknown location in Nairobi.
On Tuesday, Sarah and her co-accused Peter Karanja pleaded afresh to murder charges after the court allowed the application by the prosecution to merge the two cases ruling that they are similar. The two denied the charges.