Centum subsidiary wants Sh100bn Kilifi land suit thrown out

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Business Daily | by Joseph Wangui


A subsidiary of Centum Investment Company wants court to throw out a case lodged by a group of Kilifi residents claiming ownership of part of the Sh100 billion Vipingo industrial park land.

The firm, Vipingo Development Limited, has defended its ownership of the piece of land measuring 1,583 acres which Wycliffe Tembo Mwangome and Bambani Community Based Organisation are laying claim to.

Vipingo, through its managing director Kenneth Mbae, says the case is devoid of merit and “forms part of a well-orchestrated fraudulent enterprise being…

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