Verify Akasha Land Documentation, Court Orders Security Chiefs
The court ordered the security and land officials to verify on whether the title deeds tabled for the four, including the Akasha brothers, were genuine.
The court further directed the security and land chiefs to determine the actual value of the land whose title deeds were submitted and valued at Ksh 30 million each.
This comes after lawyer Cliff Ombeta, representing the Akasha brothers, submitted the title deeds to Mombasa Chief Magistrate Maxwell Gicheru.
The court was forced to suspend its proceedings on the matter after one of the guarantors, Mr. Noordin Akasha, failed to give factual information on one of the four suspects identified as Vijay Goswami.
The four suspects include Baktash Akasha and Ibrahim Abdalla, sons of the slain Ibrahim Akasha, Vijay Goswami and Pakistan national identified as Hussein Shabakash.
The court recently ruled that the accused persons be released on Ksh 30 million bond each with two surety of a similar amount.
By Wangui Ngechu
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