There is a legal battle brewing that could lead to Governor Anne Waiguru being evicted from her posh Kihingo mansion.
According to court documents, Kihingo Village Ltd, owned by ex-Tetu MP James Ndung’u Gethenji and his brother Gitahi Gethenji, insisted that she is a tenant and hasn’t paid rent for five years.
Now, the company wants Waiguru’s assets seized by auctioneers to pay for the rent accrued.
“Our client is not aware of any sale transaction with your client. If you have a copy of the same, please forward to us,” Kihingo Village attorneys responded.
Waiguru’s lawyers accused Kihingo Village of frustrating efforts by the bank to offset the mortgage by failing to deliver relevant documents.
However, Justice Elijah Obaga issued temporary orders against the eviction and ordered the two parties to solve their issue amicably. Waiguru had asked for permanent orders to halt the eviction.
Here are photos of the said mansion.