Two men accused of attempting to defraud Samco Holdings Limited land situated along Mombasa Road valued at Sh 335 million have been charged.
Patrick Omani Nyamweya and Yusuf Moalim Hassan are charged with forgery, making false documents, uttering false documents, malicious damage to property, and conspiracy to defraud.
Nyamweya is charged with conspiracy to defraud Samco Holdings the said land which measures 0.90003 Hectares by fraudulently registering it in the name of Innfields Investment Limited. He is alleged to have committed the offence on an unknown date and place within the Republic of Kenya jointly with others not before court.
he is also charged with forging the signature of a Registrar of titles at Arthi House and uttering a fake grant for a property along Mombasa Road registered in the name of Innfields Investments to OCS Langata Police station purporting it to be genuine and signed by a senior land Registrar.
Nyamweya is further charged with willfully and unlawfully damaging a gate valued at Sh 50,000 at a land located behind Eka Hotel in Nairobi, the property of Samco Investment on 17th December 2017.
Hassan on the other hand, is charged with making a false document namely lease for land situated along Mombasa Road registered in his name, purporting it to be genuine lease issued by the Ministry of Lands.
He is also facing charges of forging signatures of two land registrars on the said lease and making a fake title on unknown dates and time with intent to defraud Samco Investments.
They denied the charges and were granted cash bail.