A Nakuru court has thrown out of court a 172-acre land dispute case between the widow of former Rongai Member of Parliament Kibowen Komen and son. The judge advised mom and son to hold talks and solve the matter out of court.
The property is located in Njoro, Nakuru. Judge Matheka stated that the court doesn't wish to be dragged into a personal and emotional vendetta between mother and son. The matter shall return to court if a consensus is not reached.
A grant issued in 2017 after Kibowen died in 1997, saw Rachel become the administrator of the diceased's Property. She also holds a trust for her five children. Patrick wants to restrain her mother from leasing, selling or disposing off the land without the children's consent. He accused her of mismanaging the property.
Patrick claims he has been discriminated against even though his other four siblings are enjoying the benefits of father's property. Rachel in her defense accused Patrick of lying and hiding facts relevant to the Succession case. She wanted the application strikes out of court and son ordered to pay case costs.
Now that the matter has been reffered out of court, Mother and son should find a way to agree onna common Solution.
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