Uhuru’s cousin warns Kenyans planning to invest in this mega project
Kihanya said that a company known as Banda Homes had been advertising sale of houses which are to be built on a land currently owned by her family.
She said that the company had gone ahead to erect a billboard announcing the sale, without informing potential buyers that the land was yet to be subdivided.
"To those that intend to buy the property, please be warned that there is no clear title to the land – yet. The land belongs to my family and separation of the title is being processes,” Kihanya said in a Facebook post.
Banda Homes management, however, said that they had bought part of the land from a member of the Kenyatta family but did not explain if they had already received the title.
“We have indeed purchased land about 20 acres hived off from a larger portion that neighbours the Kihanya family land. Her claims are just malicious,” said Banda Homes director Paul Nderitu.
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