In Summary
  • The family of the late tycoon Gerishon Kirima  declares reluctance to evict the occupants.
  • They resorted to have mutual agreements to settle the matter.
  • Environment and Land Court had ordered the occupants out of the property and it declared December 31, 2023
Reprieve  for residents occupying the disputed 1000-acre parcel of land located in Njiru, Kasarani, after the family of the late tycoon Gerishon Kirima  declared reluctance to evict them.
In a statement family said that despite the green light from the court to evict the estate’s occupants, they are not willing to undertake the ousting liberty and have instead resorted to having mutual agreements to settle the matter.
The family  noted that they are willing to sell the land to the current occupants on a willing-buyer, willing-seller arrangement to help them acquire legitimate title deeds.
To ensure a smooth  transfer process, the family says that they have surveyed and  established the value of each plot based on the size and location.
They have also profiled all the occupants and allocated details of the lawyers undertaking the conveyancing and banking details in the letters of offer.
“As a family we are indeed sympathetic to the anguish suffered by unfortunate Kenyans duped into buying the plots of land in Njiru from unscrupulous and merciless swindlers,” read the family’s statement in part.
In October 2023, the Environment and Land Court ordered the occupants out of the property and it declared December 31, 2023, the deadline for the affected persons to vacate or be evicted from the property.

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