A businessman alleged to be cousin of former Nairobi Governor has been charged afresh in Nairobi court with more than 10 criminal counts.
Emanuel Okello and Elizabeth Waiyego Njangiru are accused of intending to defraud Isaac Kamau Ndirangu of his parcel of land by forging an instrument of transfer for the said land purporting it to be genuine drawn and filed by M/S Yunis Mohamed and Associates Advocates
Okello , Elizabeth and Joem Consultants Limited are alleged to have wilfully and unlawfully procured for themselves the registration of the said land situated at Nyari area in Nairobi valued at 80,000,000 million shillings by falsely pretending that a certain instrument of transfer for the said land was genuine.
Additionally Okello, Njangiru and the firm are also accused of obtaining 35,000,000 million shilings from Arshad Shamsudin Alibhai and Nafisa Arshad Alibhai by falsely pretending that the land was valid and genuinely registered.
It is alleged the offence was committed between 3 November and 29 December 2016 in Nairobi jointly with others not before court.
Further the accused persons are accused of obtaining another 37,000,000 million from Karim Hassanali Shariff by pretending that the land was valid and genuinely registered.
They are alleged to have committed the offence between 24 November 2016 and 28 January 2017 in Nairobi.
In another count Okello and Njangiru are accused of making a false letter of allotment for the said land purporting it to be genuine and signed by City council of Nairobi town clerk Nelson Waswa Otindo
Similarly the duo are accused of knowingly and fraudulently uttering a forged letter of allotment dated 28th November 2009 for the Nyari land to Advocate Norman Khangai Asega purporting it to be genuine issued by the town clerk.
The prosecution claims that they forged a letter Dated 22 March 2016 on proposed sub division of the said land purporting it to be genuine and signed by Dr. Robert K Ayisi, Acting county secretary, Nairobi City County.
The two are alleged to have committed the offence on or about 20th July 2014 at an unknown place within the republic of Kenya jointly with others not before court.
Okello and Njangiru are also accused of forging the Signature of Ndirangu purporting it to be genuine
On similar dates, The Suspects are also accused of forging the signature of Advocate Mutiso Mutinda on the instrument of transfer of the said parcel of land.
In another count they are alledeged to have knowingly and fraudulently uttered a forged instrument of transfer for Ndirangu’s Land to Wanderi Mark Muigai, a senior Land Registrar purporting it to be genuine.
The accused persons together with Joem Consultants Limited are also accused of obtaining registration of land by false pretenses.
The two are also alleged to have uttered the forged letter to Mary Njeri Kamunyu an officer at survey department purporting it to be genuine.
They pleaded not guilty and were released on a cash bail of 300,000 each pending hearing and determination of the criminal case.
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