Courts extends orders stopping sale of land associated with Deputy President Gachagua

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Milimani Law Courts.

The Environment and Lands Court has extended order stopping the sale of a Sh1.5 billion land associated with Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua.

Judge Joseph Mboya extended orders untill 13th October 2022 when court will issue further directions.

In the case, 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.

Wamunyoro Inv argues that the land belongs to them and want thee court to quash the second title deed in the name of Columbus Two Thousand quashed.

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The company claims that sometime on or around 19th December 2019, John Michael Ohas, Columbus Two Thousand Ltd and Chief Land Registrar tampered and interfered with the official records in respect of the suit property at the Lands office and thereby fraudulently caused a second title to be generated and issued by the Chief Land Registrar in the name of Columbus Two Thousand without the petitioner’s knowledge.

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.