A seven-year Court battle between A househelp and partners of her deceased employer has finally come to an end after High Court Judge ruled In favor of the house help.
Sarah had been working for Crawford for many years. She told the court that her employer left the vast estate to her since he was not married and didn't have any kids. However, she was objected to by Stephen Ngatia and Wycliffe Waita who claimed the lady was a stranger who had managed to forge Crawford's will after hatching a plan to kill him. The two accused her of hiring thugs to kill him so she could Inherit the property.
The property includes a 4,592-hectare land touching the tarmac on Nakuru-Nairobi Highway worth Sh50,512,000 with one-acre property estimated to be worth Sh2,660,000. He also owned a 4-acre property in Lanet worth Sh17,809,000. Two second-hand motor vehicles worth Sh350,000. Household furnishings worth Sh200,000, and Sh40,000 in a bank account.
The ruling was made despite the fact that Sarah has been charged with Forging documents in another court.
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