A lady from Kitale have caused an online uproar after it was found that she allegedly illegally transfered the ownership of a lucrative Toyota V8 into her name without following the due procedure.
Sheila Wairimu, famously known as 'Shay Diva' is believed to have received the car registered as KCK 466N as a gift from Pankajkumar Dodhia. However, the suspicious transfer have prompted her arrest since it is believed she acquired her boyfriends NTSA TIMS account, after which she transferred the car in question into her name.
Pankajkumar's family swung into action after learning that the car has been illegally transfered, claiming that Wairimu had been given the car to use for some time and return in later.
As per the NTSA, Wairimu did not follow the legal process to acquire the ownership of the car by logging into the TIMS account four days after Pankajkumar died. However, the transfer did not have any supporting documents to evidence the change of ownership.
At the moment, Wairimu is being held by the police and the V8 has been recovered and towed to police station where they are trying to recover the vehicle.
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