Wednesday, August 10, 2022

EACC recovers grabbed gov’t house worth 51M in Mombasa

Ethics and Anti-corruption Commission (EACC) has recovered a grabbed government house in Mombasa worth 51 million from one Rombli Agencies & Others.

The matter which was settled by the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) committee saw the defendant agree to return the original tittle deed of the three bedroom house which also has a servant quarter.

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“EACC has recovered a KES. 51 Million grabbed Government house in Mombasa, from Rombli Agencies & Others. The Defendants agreed to surrender the original Title to the 0.2289 Ha 3-bed-roomed house & servant quarter.” Said EACC

In a sitting held at the Mombasa Environment and Land Court, the defendant has now been issued with a 10 day window to hand over the original tittle which will then be transferred to KCAA who are the rightful owners of the house.

“By consent adopted by Mombasa Environment and Land Court, Defendants will surrender to EACC the original Title within 10 days for cancellation of the Defendants interest and rectification of the entries in favour of KCAA, the original owner of the grabbed property.” Said EACC

The court further issued an injunction against the defendant from easing, transferring, charging, taking possession and dealing with the property in any manner pending the full hand over of the document.

“In adopting the consent between EACC and the Defendants, the E&L Court sitting in Mombasa issued a permanent injunction restraining the Defendants jointly and severally from leasing, transferring, charging, taking possession and dealing with the property in any manner.” Said EACC

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Slavian Mwangecho
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