In this article we are going to discuss on the late Biwott's building that has been in a stand still for many years now.
Yaya centre is a famous landmark for people who enter the Nairobi central district. The huge house several businesses running from supermarkets, offices, banks, restaurants among many others.
It's owned by one of the superior ministers during the reign of Moi, Nicholas Biwott.
It took Biwott 7 years in court to prove that he was the rightful owner of the building. The court of appeal found that the Engineering company that was constructing this structure was associated with Biwott.
In 1992 the then powerful minister deported his Israel co business partners when the construction was continuing.
Before they left they pumped a lot of sands in the entrance of the west wing. This made it difficult for the construction to continue. The structure have been in this state for the past over 30 years.
The property is being managed by Biwott's daughter Esther Koimett.
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