A man has been charged with conspiracy to defraud businessman Harcharan Singh Sehmi of a piece of land valued at Sh 30 million.
Martin Njuguna Ngugi was charged with conspiracy to defraud the land (LR No.209/2759/9 measuring 0.0395 hectares situated at Ngara area by falsely registering it in the name of Rospatech Company limited.
Ngugi is alleged to have committed the offence on or about 14th October 2009 in Nairobi jointly with others not before court.
The accused was further charged with obtaining registration by false pretence on or about 1st July 2007.
He is accused of obtaining registration of the said land at Arthi House in the name of Rospatech by pretending the land was vacant and the original owner, Harcharan Singh had not applied for lease extension, a fact he knew to be false.
The accused was further charged with making a false document on 24th March 2014 at unknown place within the republic of Kenya.
Ngugi is accused of making a false sale agreement without authority purporting it to be genuine and signed by Lawrence Mpuri Aburi, a director of Rospatech Limited.
He denied the charges before Principal Magistrate Kenneth Cheruiyot.
He was granted a bond of Sh 3million and two sureties of the same amount or a cash bail of Sh 1million.
The case will be heard on 2nd May.