Reports have emerged indicating that slain businessman Kevin Omwenga was in disagreement with his alleged killers over a Sh100 million deal.
According to the Nairobian, the deceased was unhappy with his perceived business partner Chris Obure.
Omwenga is said to have sealed the deal but did not receive his cut in cash.
Instead, Obure purchased two cars and paid rent for his Galana Suites apartment to a tune of Sh1 million.
Court documents indicated that the deceased’s vehicles were fully paid for by, Global Jet, a company associated with Obure.
The police said that they had evidence to prove that Obure and the deceased knew each other even though he denied it.
“Investigations and documentary evidence have shown that although Obure had denied having any business or a strong relationship with the deceased, there is strong evidence that Omwenga’s apartment and vehicles he claimed to own were fully paid for by Global Jet a company that Obure has leadership authority in,” the affidavit read.
The vehicles; a Porsche Panamera was bought for Sh8 million and later a Range Rover which was involved in an accident for Sh12 million.
From the deal, Omwenga got Sh20 million instead of some Sh60 million.
“Omwenga wanted his share, which was about Sh60 million, but he got two cars worth Sh20 million instead, a full year of house rent and a yard to open his business for selling cars,” Nairobian quotes an officer privy to the details.