Lilian Ng’ang’a wins property case against governor Mutua

By , K24 Digital
On Mon, 9 May, 2022 20:35 | 2 mins read
Lilian Ng'ang'a. PHOTO/(ngangalillian)/Instagram
Lilian Ng'ang'a. PHOTO/(ngangalillian)/Instagram

Former Machakos county first lady Lilian Ng'ang'a has won her property lawsuit against her ex-husband and Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua.

In a statement on her social media, Lilian says following her complaint last year, the Registrar of Companies has reversed the fraudulent transfer of her shares amounting to 1,800 by Mutua who had transferred them to his sister Ann Mbandi Mutua.

"The fraudulent transfer of my 1800 shares by Alfred to his sister Ann via lawyer BM Musau was reversed by the Registrar of Companies on 06.05.2022, after my complaint in November 2021. The hotel business reverts to 50/50 shareholding," the statement read.

Governor Alfred Mutua and his ex-lover Lilian Ng'ang'a. PHOTO/Courtesy
Governor Alfred Mutua and his ex-lover Lilian Ng'ang'a. PHOTO/Courtesy

Lilian now remains a shareholder in their joint hotel business on 50/50 terms.

"This is to notify the public that after a detailed inquiry into the transfer of the 1800 shares, the Registrar of Companies on 6/5/2022 found merit in the complaint by Ms Ng'ang'a, and has reversed the entry in the company and the fraudulent transfer of the 1800 shares,"  the documents shared by Ms Ng'ang'a read.

"The current position, therefore, is reflected in the attached CR 12 dated 9/5/2022 in which Governor Alfred Mutua and Ms Lilian Ng'ang'a hold 2000 shares each, effectively making them 50% shareholders each in Ndash Enterprises Ltd and by extension A&L Hotel in Machakos."

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Lilian's complaint

In November last year, Lilian through her lawyer claimed Mutua had asked her to take back every property and money he ever gave her or made available to her for her own use.

Lilian Ng'ang'a and her lawyer Philip Murgor during a press briefing on Thursday, November 4. PHOTO/Courtesy
Lilian Ng'ang'a and her lawyer Philip Murgor during a press briefing on Thursday, November 4. PHOTO/Courtesy

“He has demanded through his lawyers that I refund any money he has ever given to me or made available for my use,” Lilian said.

In that regard, she also claimed that the governor had already taken her personal vehicle and sold it to another party. She said that Mutua had stormed her home in Kileleshwa without her permission and took the said vehicle.

“Without my knowledge or consent and using a spare key which he had illegally obtained, he drove away from my personal motor vehicle and proceeded to fraudulently transfer the ownership of the car in the logbook into his name, and thereafter sold the vehicle to a third party,” she said.

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