Late Roger Robson never sold his Sh 500M Karen land to politician Agnes Kagure, brother testifies


A brother to the late businessman Roger Bryan Robson has testified in a Sh 500 million property dispute case involving the deceased and Politician Agnes Kagure.

Michael Fairfax Robson told Justice Maureen Oredo that his late brother never sold his land located in Karen to the politician.

Appearing through a video link from the United Kingdom, the witness also disputed that Roger had transferred his shares at Plovers Haunt Limited to businessman Thomas Mutaha as alleged in the documents.

Kagure claims that she bought the disputed piece of land from the deceased for Sh 100 million in the year 2011. However, Michael disputed the same arguing that he had for years urged his brother to sell the said property because he was unwell but declined to do so even in their last conversation.

“My brother was still living on the property at the time of his demise in 2012,” Michaed told the court.

The witness further testified that on several occasions, his brother had informed him of attempts by fraudsters to steal his property by making false claims of.

In the case, Kagure and Mutaha sued Roger’s lawyer Guy Spencer Elms accusing him of forging signatures on his will. The deceased left the lawyer in charge of execution and management of his will.

Mutaha, who claims to be a director of Plovers Haunt limited, the company that rightfully owns the land, claims Roger transferred his shares in the company to him for free.

According to his will, Roger indicated that the estates should be sold and proceeds shared between his nephew and charitable institutions in Kenya that focus on environmental conservation.