Family wins back land grabbed by church group (Nyeri)

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Share      [Source: The Standard, by Paul Ogemba] Three members of a family have won back their ancestral land illegally grabbed by a church-based organisation. Jedidah Wangechi, Simon Muthoga and Elizabeth Wairimu finally got back their land when Senior Resident Magistrate M N Munyendo ordered the trustees of Africa Inland Church to vacate the one-and-a-half-acre land located…


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Coffee farmers risk losing land over unpaid loans (Nyeri County)

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Share      [Source: Daily Nation, by Irene Mugo] A section of coffee farmers in Nyeri risk losing their land to the government and banks for failure to service loans they borrowed to improve their farms and factories. Five factories under the Mathira North Co-operative Society owe the Co-operative Bank Sh10 million they borrowed to pay farmers for…


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Property owners sue Nyeri over land costing

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Share      [Source: Business Daily, by Joseph Wangui] More than 100 property owners in Nyeri town have sued the county government for over-valuing their properties and introducing new land rates without conducting a public participation exercise. In a suit that was certified urgent by the Environment and Lands Court judge Lucy Waithaka yesterday, the residents complained that…


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Man, 79, convicted for land fraud (Nyeri County)

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Share      [Source: Daily Nation, by Joseph Wangui] A 79-year-old man has been convicted by a Nyeri court for forging land ownership documents and fraudulently obtaining registration from the Ministry of Lands. Mr John Wagura Ikiki was convicted Monday by Senior Principal Magistrate Phillip Mutua who found him guilty of three criminal charges involving conspiracy to defraud,…


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Man sues EACC for delayed probe on land in Nyeri town

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Share      [Source: Daily Nation, by Joseph Wangui] A private land developer has sued the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) for delaying in finalising investigations into the ownership of a multi-million property in Nyeri town. Mr Ephantus Mabu Mate, in a case filed at the Land court, says the commission has taken more than seven years and…


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Girl, 8, gets share of assets in succession dispute

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Share      The high court has allowed an eight-year-old girl to control a multi-million shilling estate owned by her deceased grandparent who worked in the National Youth Service. The girl named RMM in court papers will co-own the property with six other beneficiaries, who are her relatives. She was declared a co-administrator to represent her late father…


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