Home Court News Woman in court seeking to be enjoined in a case where Wanjigi’s prosecution was suspended.

Woman in court seeking to be enjoined in a case where Wanjigi’s prosecution was suspended.

by Robert Guyana

Cissy Kalunde Musembi has filed an application at the high court seeking to be enjoined as an interested party in a case in which businessman Jimi Wanjigi’s prosecution was suspended over a disputed land parcel in Westlands worth over Sh 800M.

“It is urgent need for the court to consider my rejoinder application before the directions are issued in the matter on the February 9,2022 to allow the court to see through the fraud and theft that was hatched and designed with the aim of fraudulent snatching away my property,”said the woman.

Through her lawyer Danstan Omari,the woman said that no party will be prejudiced if the orders sought are not granted.

Cissy Kalunde Musembi says that she is the registered owner of the land, adding that the parcel has a case before the Land and Environment Court.

She argues that the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) has established that Wanjigi is part of a wider syndicate that has forged documents of ownership.

She added that Wanjigi wanted to rob her of her property.

The woman adds that Wanjigi gave false information and forged documents to the Director of Criminal Investigation,the courts,other governments claiming that he and his wife Nzisa are the original owner of the land and the perpetuation of fraud and they also gave false information in evidence documents.

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