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Seven charged with 3 hectares land fraud.

by Robert Guyana

Seven men have been charged with Conspiracy to forge a title deed against the law.

The seven Edward Kiptoo Kosgei, Stephen Maina, Eliud Kipchoge, Boniface Lurare, Jane Nasimiyu, Samuel Patrick and Simon Karanja have been charged before magistrate Wendy Micheni and denied the charges.

They were charged that on unknown place within the republic of Kenya, jointly with others not before court, conspired to commit a felony namely forgery of an allotment letter dated January 11, 2000 for unserved land marked measuring 3 hectares pretending that it was from the ministry of lands.

They faced two more counts of forgery.

The three who were in court are Edward Kiptoo Kosgei, Stephen Maina, Eliud Kipchoge were in court while the rest were summoned to appear before the trial magistrate on 7/4.

The Prosecution were urged to supply all documents to be used during the pretrial together with the Investigations diary and the OB extract.

Pre-trial will be on April 19, 2022.

They were released on a bond of Sh 2m or a cash bail of Sh 1m.

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