A lady has been arrested for planning the assassination of her wealthy Dutch husband after he announced his desire for a divorce.
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Rouwenhourst, who owned numerous properties and nightclubs in the Kenyan city of Mombasa and surrounding area, and his guard Evans Bokoro, 23, were discovered dead at the property.
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At the end of June, his wife was arrested in connection with her husband's murder.
The local police have now confirmed the arrest of two more suspects, Timothy Omondi Ngoe, 22, known as 'Rashid,' and Mary Nekesa Ambani, 33, a former manager at one of Rouwenhourst's hotels.
According to the police, the victim was discovered tied and gagged on his bed, with multiple injuries to his head. His bodyguard died similarly.
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According to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI), a preliminary investigation revealed that the victim had recently informed his wife of his intention to divorce her due to their constant arguing.
According to the DCI, Cherono was upset with the news and plotted to murder her wealthy Dutch husband.
The couple had two children together, who are now 14 and 12.
Source - DCI Kenya, Google, LIB
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