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Fraudulent City Politician Suffers Major Setback In Sh600m Karen Land Case

Businesswoman Agnes Kagure

Businesswoman Agnes Kagure

A female city politician at the centre of multi-million-shilling land fraud has suffered a setback in one of her numerous court cases.

Agnes Kagure, who unsuccessfully contested the Nairobi gubernatorial seat, is embroiled in a legal battle against lawyer Guy Spencer Elms for attempting to grab land in Karen owned by the late British businessman Roger Bryan Robson which is valued at Sh600 million.

Mr Spencer has been fighting with Kagure for the past eight years for the five-acre land in Karen.

The dispute started in August 2012 after the owner’s death.

Mr Robson had left his properties to Mr Elms as his sole representative to take possession and manage the estate with instructions to sell them and share the proceeds between charitable institutions and his nephew.

However, Kagure, in her defence, went to court claiming ownership of the Karen property alleging that she had bought it from Robson for Sh100 million in November 2011.

She accused Mr Spencer of forging documents to claim ownership.

However, a fresh twist to the case emerged when it came up for hearing before Lady Justice Maureen Odero on Wednesday, 30 December 2022.

Mr Jacob Oduor, a documents forensic examiner based at the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission, was called as a witness and confirmed that the documents by Mr Spencer were genuine and not forgeries.

He told the court he confirmed a forensics report which showed Mr Spencer is a victim of criminal gangs and land cartels who are hell-bent on frustrating him to give up Mr Robson’s estates.

“I subjected the Police Forensic Document Examiner’s report used in the criminal complaint against Mr Elms to peer review as per the professional procedures and carried an independent forensic analysis of the documents he is alleged to have forged and found no forgery,” he noted.

According to Mr Oduor, he found no motivation for Mr Spencer to forge Mr Robson’s signature on his probate documents just to donate to the charities.

This confirms earlier assertions by the late Robson’s brother, Michael Robson, who had also told the court that his brother did not sell his property to anyone before his death in 2012.

He insisted that the claims by Ms Kagure that she purchased the land are not true.

“I have been made aware that the said Agnes Kagure is laying claim to my brother’s property at Ushirika Road in Karen but I can confirm that my brother never disposed of the property or sold it to anyone,” said Michael.

He added that his brother had informed him of plans by certain people to grab his property by taking advantage of his failing health.

Michael testified that he is aware that Kagure is laying claim on the property on the basis that she purchased it from Robson in 2011 but that he wrote a handwritten letter to him on March 31, 2011, with no indication that he had sold it.

Over the years, Ms Kagure’s name has become synonymous with land fraud cases.

In April this year, Environment and Land Court Judge Oguttu Mboya issued a permanent order stopping Kagure from entering, occupying or claiming a plot in Nairobi’s Eastlands area valued at more than Sh20 million belonging to Joel Munene.

“The registration of the property in favour of Kagure was premised on illegal and unlawful documents and hence the same was plagued with illegalities, to the extent that the entire process was illegal, unprocedural and void,” Mboya ruled.

Mr Munene, in his suit, averred that he acquired the property in 2002 and obtained an allotment letter from Nairobi City County but when he went to get his title in 2016, he was informed that the property had been registered in Kagure’s name.

In another case, a widow, Ruth Wambui has sued Kagure for allegedly attempting to grab a quarter-acre plot in Makadara along Jogoo Road in Nairobi.

Ms Kimani averred that her late husband Kimani Mungai was the registered owner of the plot which he bought in 1997 and the family assumed ownership until 2015 when Kagure went to the plot claiming she had bought it at Sh10 million.

She held Mungai never sold the land but that Kagure colluded with the chief lands registrar to grab it.

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