EX MP Sudi wants DPP compelled to charge business lady with forgery

October 27, 2016 3:56 pm
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Sudi in his court documents says that Grace Wairimu Sorora has taken possession of his property located along Ngong Road, Nairobi County which he owns together with his wife/FILE
Sudi in his court documents says that Grace Wairimu Sorora has taken possession of his property located along Ngong Road, Nairobi County which he owns together with his wife/FILE

, NAIROBI, Kenya, Oct 27 – Former Marakwet West Member of Parliament David Sudi has filed application seeking an order to compel the Director of Public Prosecution Keriako Tobiko to charge a business lady who has been found to have forged documents over his suit property.

Sudi in his court documents says that Grace Wairimu Sorora has taken possession of his property located along Ngong Road, Nairobi County which he owns together with his wife.

He says Nairobi City County made an application to the court for verification of the documents held by the lady; the order was duly issued compelling her to produce the same.

He says that the documents held by Wairimu were subjected to forensic examination through an order issued by Justice Luka Kimaru and the Director of Criminal Investigation Muhoro Ndegwa in his report said the documents were found to have been forged.

Sudi through his lawyer Ham Lagat told Justice George Odunga, that the CID having found that the documents are forgeries, the DPP ought to have moved with speed and recommend prosecution against the lady for an offence of forgery and perjury.

The lawyer said that the property is registered under LR No 209/9749 and is currently under the name Chaka Limited a company owned by Sudi and his wife.

Lagat said that there is no evidence to show that suit land was given to Wairimu or there is any allotment indicating the same was sold to different persons.

He contends that his clients purchased the property and was duly transferred to them.

“The lady fabricated and falsified documents through forgeries to gain access to the land thus denying real owners an opportunity to enjoy use of their property,” he said.

Lagat said that it’s incumbent upon the court to intervene and issue order compelling the DPP to act as the law requires.

The judge directed that parties in the suit to put their responses to the application and the case be heard inter parties on 14 December 2016.

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