Two charged with intent to defraud GIDJOY Inv. Land worth 944M


Two men have been charged before a Nairobi court with intent to defraud GIDJOY investments limited land worth over 944 million.

Peter Gitau Muiruri and Peter Njoroge Kanika are accused of making a false allotment letter of the said land located at Donholm purporting it to be genuine signed by P. Amiani, a land administration officer.

The two are alleged to have committed the offence on unknown dates jointly with others not before court.

The accused persons are also charged with making a false lease and forging the title deed for the said land purporting it to be genuine signed by Rosemary Anyango Ngong’a, a land registrar.

The two denied the charges before Chief Magistrate Martha Mutuku.
They were granted a bond of Sh 2 million or alternative pay a cash bail of Sh 1 million.

The case will be mentioned 13 September and will be heard on 16th October this year.