There is an allegation that Kenyatta Family owned Brookside is scheming to grab 7000 acres of land from Delmonte.
According to a viral tweet posted by Dr David Ndii, Murang’a Govenor Mwangi Wa Iria is allegedly being attacked by EACC because he halted Beookside’s plans to grab Land from Delmonte.
“Kenyatta family acquired sharing in Delmonte sometime back. Now, they want part of Delmonte’s land to relocate Brookside Dairy from Ruiru,” a source told Economist David Ndii.
— David Ndii (@DavidNdii) January 25, 2021
Mwangi wa Iria
Mwangi wa Iria is a corrupt enterprenuer who also has interests in Dairy farming.
Does that explain why he doesn’t want monopoly of Brookside in Murang’a?
EACC waiting for order from above pounce on Mwangi Wa Iria after hearing what he just did to Kenyattas. pic.twitter.com/2eJmNvP6PS
— kipkoech mitei Rober (@MiteiRober) January 25, 2021
Last week, High Court Judge Justice James Wakiaga restrained Murang’a Governor Mwangi Wa Iria, his wife-owned firm Top Image Media consultants Ltd and Brother-in-law owned firm Value View Ltd from selling 2 parcel of lands pending investigations by the EACC.
“An order prohibiting the Respondents jointly, severally, by themselves, their agents, servants or any other persons from transferring, disposing of or in any other way dealing with properties listed below”, ruled Wakiaga.
In a petition, Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission(EACC) sought to block Givernor Wa Iria and Top Image Media consultants Ltd and Value View Ltd, companies associated with him from transferring property in Umoja Innercore known as Nairobi block 83/14/309. Justice James Wakiaga froze any transfer for a period of six months.
EACC also wants to block him and the companies from disposing or dealing with a 5.6 hectares parcel of in Mweiga known Thungare /block II/Therange parcel number 762.
“The court be pleased to issue an order prohibiting the Respondents jointly and severally, by themselves, their agents, servants or any other persons from transferring, disposing of or in any other way dealing with the properties listed below pending conclusion of investigations by the Applicant,” the petition reads.
Here are a few reactions from the Tweet shared by David Ndii.
Look at this @DavidNdii. This appetite for land is worrying.
When will they have enough.
— Jame (@Cjamehk) January 25, 2021
Figures may be off but it's definitely true. Same fate that befell Waititu regarding northlands and the land rates thereof.
— Allan (@Wallanski) January 25, 2021
What exactly is the problem with Kenyatta family? Why would people with so much greed and lack of concern for fellow tribesmen who are landless supposed to be in leadership? What is the value of Kenyatta family leadership to Kenyans and specifically Kikuyus? #Emanicipation timely
— Mapangala (@Mapangala6) January 25, 2021