AG will not file anything in Deputy President Gachagua’s Sh 1.5 billion land case

Milimani Law Courts, Nairobi.

The Attorney General has told the Environment and Lands Court that he will not file anything in the case in which Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua is claiming ownership of a Sh 1.5 billion land.

Judge Joseph Mboya heard that the AG will not be opposing or filing anything in regards to the disputed land.

Justice Mboya extended orders stopping the sale of the land until 13th October when he will issue further directions.

Wamunyoro Investment Limited which is under the management of the Deputy President sued the Director of physical planning at the Ministry of Land John Michael Ohas, Columbus Two Thousand Limited and Land Chief Registrar over the said land located in Embakasi, Nairobi.

The firm argues that the land belongs to them and wants the court to quash the second title deed in the name of Columbus Two Thousand quashed.

Ohas is accused of taking advantage of his official position at the ministry of lands and purported to allocate the suit property to Columbus Two Thousand in which he is the managing director and subsequently tampered and interfered with the official documents and records in respect of the title on the suit property and in the end generated the second title fraudulently to the detriment of the Wamunyoro Investment ltd.