Sevens months ago, a famous Tycoon was mysteriously abducted as he left a famous Nairobi joint.
Days later after his dissappearance he was fou brutally murdered and his body dumped in Sagana kirinyaga County.
Earlier reports then indicated that his Posh vehicle a range rover has been spotted at Ngong forest burnt.
A day later the shell mysteriously vanished with his family calling for a seriously probe.
However in another shocking twist, the tycoon’s accounts have mysteriously been cleaned.
According to Suadha Rashid Ali, her husband's accounts had a balance of Ksh80 million at the time of his demise.
However, she stated that after going through the bank's statements, the account only has Ksh3 million - meaning that a whopping Ksh77 million went missing within seven months.
Through her lawyer, Hussein Kusow, Ali has accused her husband's brother, Abdifatah Mohamed, of plotting to disinherit her.
However reports have it the Khadi courts have frozen his brother's account as more investigations into the matter continues
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