Jimi Wanjigi issued with a warrant of arrest for unlawfully acquiring land in Westlands

A warrant of arrest has been issued against businessman and presidential aspirant Jimi Wanjigi.

Wanjigi has been accused of fraudulently acquiring land where his Kwacha House in Westlands is built.

The warrant was also issued against Wanjigi’s 7 other alleged co-conspirators among them his wife Irene Nzisa, Himanshu Velji Dodhia, Kaneez Noorani, Mohamed Hussein Noorani, Mohamed Hussanali, Kairu Augustine Thuo and John Nyanjua Njenga.

“On diverse dates between 9th April 2010 and 5th June 2018 at unknown place within the Republic of Kenya, jointly with others not before court, conspired together to commit a felony namely forgery of a title deed for land registered as IR.65800 LR.N0.1870/11/200 deed plan No.175145 dated 20th July 1993 under the name of Horizon hills limited,” court papers read.

Magistrate Bernard Ochoi on Tuesday ordered Wanjigi and his co-accused to appear in court on Monday next week.

“The title deed in question was never issued by the government. The suspects only come together with intentions to forge a title with intention to defraud Kenroid Ltd,” said DCI in his file to the DPP dated December 10.

The presidential hopeful has been holed up in the offices since Monday night when armed men who identified themselves as police officers stormed in.

He has since blamed ODM leader Raila Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta for his wooes.

He went on to accuse President Kenyatta of violating the Constitution to silence political opponents.

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