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courtsLawyer Stephen Ndeda charged with plotting to kill a guard, Damaging properties

Lawyer Stephen Ndeda charged with plotting to kill a guard, Damaging properties

Detectives privy to the matter said Mr Mutinda irregularly and illegally acquired the land.
A senior investigator privy to the matter said Mutinda was allocated the land by one Jattani Waqo who was an agent of G.A insurance after collusion with senior officials at Ardhi House.
While acting for G.A Insurance during the transfer of the land from Economic Industries Limited, Mr Waqo and Auctioneer Kennedy Ngumbao were each paid shs 4million as commission.
When it bought the land, G.A Insurance contacted one Jattani Waqo to be a caretaker of the land.
He was paid shs 60,000 per month for four years.
GA said that being a resident of the area, Jattani Waqo colluded with David Mutinda and latter Juma Ndeda.
Documents in our possession show that Dikus Transporters was incorporated on 12th February 2013 under CPR number /2013/94611.
Its directors are Stella W Nyamu, Abdub Diba Boru and Diba Boru Jaldesa.
One of the directors had linked former finance CS Ukur Yattani to the land.
He said the CS is an interested Party.
When reached for comment, the CS said he only knows Dikus Transporters as a businessman.
“I know him as a businessman, but I have no idea of what you are talking about,” Yattani told a local daily in 2021.
He warned those linking him to the land to stop the “unfounded allegations”.
“Dikus is a prominent businessman in Nairobi,” Yattani said.
I&M Bank also wrote a letter saying the land was used as security for a Sh1 million loan taken in 2014.
GA Insurance holds that Dikus Transporters and Stephene Juma Ndeda intend to sell the land to unsuspecting buyers.
In 2021, the Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) wrote to the Ministry of Lands, seeking details of the property following an attempt by Dikus Transporters to subdivide it.
On 3rd May 2021 Mr. N.D Nyambaso Senior Assistant Chief Land Registrar wrote to DCI Embakasi that the file to the land was missing
G.A were advised that an indemnity be created.
On 1st December 2022, GA through lawyer Paul Mwangi wrote to EACC accusing three Ardhi house officials of receiving shs 20 million bribe from cartels to defraud it of its land.
“Utterly shocking is that two individuals, Stephen Juma Ndeda and one Mr. Jatani Waqo have turned Mr Billow Mohammed a land registrar’s office into their office. Equally despite being transferred from the Ministry of Lands, OWINO JACOB CATTWRIGHT has constantly been to the land offices since complaints against the issuance of the said titles was reported to the DCI. We find this to be peculiar and his presence can only be explained to have an intent to achieve an ulterior motive” G.A told the EACC.
On 5th December 2022, Principal Land Registrar Edwin Wafula wrote to Lawyer Ndeda saying the title to the land was issued based on misrepresentation of facts that misled his office.
“The above title was obtained by fraud and forgery. The Genuine proprietor in respect of the above land is G.A Insurance limited. In view of the foregoing, therefore the said Title and any subdivisions if any is hereby cancelled as provided for under sec. 79(2) of the land registration act 2012,” Wafula said.
G.A said Mr Boru had in December 2022 been arrested for bringing down the perimeter fence but latter released under unclear circumstances.
The Insurance firm said then accused the DPPs office of reluctance to prosecute the grabbers.

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