Attorney-General Kihara Kariuki is set to participate in an Sh100 million property case involving a top lawyer. Kihara applied to be allowed to appear in the case where lawyer Hari Gikanya is accused of forging false documents to try and steal Ksh 100M property that belonged to Belgian Widow Dysseleer Mireille Lesoipa who was murdered in 2018.
According to State Counsel Sonia Wanjeri, The applicant is adamant that it would be necessary to be enjoined as an interested party with critical evidence relevant to the case.
Justice Teresia Matheka at Nakuru The AG is challenging Lawyer Hari's application for letters of administration for the 100M property. The court was told that Gakinya had faked all the documents including the death certificate of the Widow. the DCI found that the documents were fake.
Gakinya has been charged with the murder of the Belgian Widow and has is currently out on bail. The AG now claims he has Crucial evidence to pin down Gakinya before he benefits from his criminal actions.
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