Centum’s subsidiary defends its 4,000 acres of land in Kilifi

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The Standard | by Kamau Muthoni


A real estate development firm has urged the High Court in Milimani to throw out a case filed by a Kilifi resident claiming part of its 10,000 acres.

Vipingo Development Limited in its reply to a case filed by Wycliffe Tembo Mwangombe and a lobby Bambani Community Based Organisation, argue that the petitioners are trying to hoodwink the court to believe that Rea Vipingo Plantations Limited surrendered 4,000 acres of land to the government in 2001 while it actually sold and transferred ownership of 10,254 acres to the Centum subsidiary for development 14 years later in 2015…

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