Moi family in battle over KSh. 300 billion inheritance

The family of the late president Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi is rocked in a fresh battle over multi-billion properties that were left behind.

This is after one of Moi’s grandson went to court in protest over his inheritance. The grandson, Collins Kibet Toroitich Moi, is the child of the late Jonathan Moi.

Collins says that his grandfather was worth over Sh. 300 billion. He says that his grandfather’s wealth is spread across the world, including the United Kingdom, Australia and Malawi.

Moi’s death was caused by asystole due to septic shock due to candid and klebsiella septicaemia due to recurrent pneumonia, details contained in the death certificate show. Moi died on February 4, 2020, at the age of 95 years.

The inheritance battles comes weeks after it was revealed that the late Moi had left his three daughters Sh. 300 million. The daughters are Jenifer Chemutai Moi, Doris Chekorir Moi and June Chebet Moi.

The share for the sons was set in a such a manner that it will benefit grand kids. The sons listed in the will are Jonathan Kipkemboi Moi, Raymond Moi, John Mark Moi, Philip Moi and Gideon Moi. The late Moi had however excluded the 19.7-acre Muthaiga land, registered as LR No. 12422/19, from his Will dated November 15, 2005.

Collins has blamed lawyer Zehrabhanu Janmohamed who is the executrix and trustee of Moi’s will for the financial troubles he is currently facing. He alleges that the lawyer has staged a plot to disinherit him.

He added that lawyer Janmohamed only takes instructions from one of late Moi’s beneficiary whom he did not name.

Collins further said that properties of the late Moi were being sold in secret. “The property known as Kimintet A No.1 measuring over 1,000 acres is currently in the process of being unlawfully and secretly sold to a third party before the impugned grant of probate is confirmed by this Hon. Court as required by law,” he said. He pointed out the recent sale of Siginion Group’s aviation wing shares at Sh. 1.7 billion.

Collins recently hit the headlines over his legal troubles in a child support case.

He shocked the court in Nakuru after alleging that he is unable to pay child support for his two children because he is broke and out of work.

Kibet told the court that he can only to pay Sh. 500 child support which is only enough to cater for his children’s NHIF monthly fees.  Moi grandson Collins Kibet said that he has been relying on donations from friends and relatives to survive.

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