CHARGE LENNAH KOINANGE WITH FORGERY OF TITLE, SH2.4BILLION PROPERTY DEMAND FROM DPP.

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Construction workers dig a trench for a perimeter wall bordering Muthangari police station in Nairobi on Thursday December 22,2016.
BY SAM ALFAN.
The owners of the controversial Sh2.4billion land in Lavington, Nairobi that has been invaded by unknown people have demanded the prosecution of prominent businesswoman Lennah Koinange over the alleged forgery of the land title.
Nairobi House Ltd has protested to the Director of Public Prosecutions, Keriako Tobiko, to expedite criminal charges against the businesswoman who was investigated and recommended for prosecution by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations in 2005.
The aggrieved firm, through lawyer Philip Nyachoti, claimed there was an ulterior motive by the CID to secure the original title deed that was offered as security for Sh850million loan from Diamond Trust Bank.
The disputed land in lovinggton in Nairobi
The disputed land in lovinggton Nairobi
The matter will heard before the Kiambu Chief Magistrate’s court on January 30.
At the same time, Nyachoti complained to the Muthangari police station boss that the trespassers have been provided with additional security while excavation and construction continues.
The seven-acre land borders the police station and was previously claimed by two firms, Jewel Investments Ltd and Trenton (K) Ltd, associated with Lennah and Kiambu Governor William Kabogo.
Nyachoti has written protest letters to authorities decrying the illegal take-over and malicious damage to the property. He claimed the police appear to have abetted the fraudulent activities of the trespassers.
Nyachoti recalled that the CID had investigated all ownership documents held by Nairobi House Ltd and found them to be genuine.
Other titles held by third parties were found to be forgeries and a recommendation was made for the prosecution of Lennah Koinange.
High Court Judge Roselyne Wendoh had dismissed the businesswoman’s constitutional application seeking to block the forgery charges on February 23, 2007.
Flag post a Muthangari police station where construction workers attempted to build a perimeter war.
Flag post a Muthangari police station where construction workers attempted to build a perimeter war.
“The Director of Public Prosecutions has not taken any steps towards the prosecution of Lennah despite numerous requests and reminders,” Nyachoti said in the letter.
Our source revealed to Nairobi TIMES there was a scuffle between OCS Muthangari police station and the constructor after they attempted to construction workers dig a trench for a perimeter wall bordering station.
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