Picture courtesy. Dusit D2 Hotel.
The court order is for the auction of the prime land that sits the Dusit D2 Hotel that was invaded by terrorists a while back in Nairobi.
Apparently, the owners of the place have a debt of about 50.1 million United States Dollars that roughly translates to 5 Billion Kenya Shillings.
Picture courtesy. Ahmednasir Abdullahi.
Lawyer Ahmednasir, through a social media post, has asked wealthy kenyans to prepare their pockets for the auction of the place where the hotel sits on.
Here are Ahmednasir's words:
"Do you want to own one of the most prestigious Real Estate address in Nairobi? Do you have real money? Get ready, prepare yourself... look for me or my client...the Supreme Court removed the last hurdle to auction the entire property on Riverside that houses the former dusit 2 Hotel and the entire office and parking block For a debt of roughly US $ 50.1 Million owed to the respondent Synergy Industrial Credit Limited... so prepare your finances..get ready... get very ready... this property is Nairobi's BEST!"
What do you think about this revelation by Lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi? Let us know your thoughts and opinions in the comments section below.
Picture courtesy. The court order.
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