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Lilian Ng’ang’a Overjoyed After Registrar Gives Her Back Her Hotel Shares

Former Machakos First Lady Lilian Ng’ang’a has shared her excitement after the registrar of companies ordered Machakos governor Alfred Mutua to return her 1,800 shares at the A&L Hotel.

This means that both Mutua and Ng’ang’a will own 2,000 shares each of A&L Hotel which is under the Ndash Enterprises Ltd.

Mutua had transferred the 1,800 shares of the hotel to his sister Ann Mutua a move that resulted to the legal row.

“The win: Reversal to 50/50 shareholding (by the Registrar of Companies) in Ndash Enterprises Ltd – where Alfred Mutua had illegally & fraudulently transferred my 1800 shares to his sister Ann Mutua by forging my signature,” Lilian wrote.

The Registrar of Companies stated that Lillian had not consented to the transfer of shares hence the return of the shares.

“This is to notify the public that after a detailed inquiry into the transfer of the 1800 shares, the Registrar of companies on 6/5/2022 found merit in the complainant by Ms Ng’ang’a and has reversed the entry in company and the fraudulent transfer of the 1800 shares. The current position therefore, is reflected in the attached CR 12 dated 9/5/2022 in which Governor Alfred Mutua and Ms Lilian Ng’ang’a hold 2000 shares each, effectively making them 50% shareholders each in Ndash Enterprises Ltd and by extension A&L Hotel in Machakos,” read part of the statement.

Philip Mugor who is representing Lilian said that they are hopeful that the DCI will pursue the criminal aspects that led to the illegal transfer of the shares and the changing of ownership of her motor vehicle.

 “Ms Ng’ang’a remains hopeful that the investigations by the DCI into the criminal aspects of the fraudulent transfer of her shares, and her motor vehicle can be concluded expeditiously, and forwarded to the DPP for appropriate action,” the statement read.

Lilian Ng’ang’a and Alfred Mutua separated last year and the former is currently Lilian is married to rapper Juliani.

By: Emmaline Owuor