Court cases seem hellbent to deny Retired President Daniel Arap Moi a good time as he enjoys retirement at his Kabarak home in Nakuru.
Moi, Equity bank CEO James Mwangi, Nairobi businessman George Kiongera and the United States International University-Africa are embroiled in a 20.3 acres land tussle in Muthaiga, Nairobi.
The retired head of State has denied selling the piece of land to businessman George Kiongera.
The same property is claimed by the Mwangi and USIU. Moi has said that the two parties, Mwangi and USIU, were conned.
He has accused lawyer Samson Omwanza Ombati and Mr Andrew Sunkuli of colluding to sell the said property without his consent.
According to papers, Muthaiga Luxury Homes Ltd parted with Sh300 million in 2012 for the ownership of the land.
The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) is now investigating Omwanza & Nyasimi Company Advocates over the sale of the piece of land. Through his lawyer Fred Ngatia, Moi has maintained that he is still the rightful owner of the property.
“Mr Moi, therefore, claims that he is the proprietor of the parcel of land and continues to be in possession thereof as from the date that he purchased the land up to date, “ Ngatia argues, as quoted by Daily Nation.
Ochieng, Onyango, Kibet & Ohaga Advocates (OOOK Law) partner Jinaro Kibet allegedly witnessed the former president signing papers of the piece of land after paying Sh.500 million for the same.