DPP Noordin Haji Names 3 Land Companies Conning Kenyans

  • DPP Noordin Haji has identified three companies fraudulently selling land File
  • The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Noordin Haji has revealed three companies his office wants the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) to investigate in connection with land fraud.

    In a tweet on Tuesday, the DPP urged detectives to bring all the fraudsters who are conning buyers money for a land registered under International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) to book.

    In a press statement, Mr. Haji’s office identified the three companies as Makonza Society, Kamulu Self Help Group and Makonza South and are located in Mavoko Constituency, Machakos County.

    The Press Statement identified the three companies

    The statement further warned innocent Kenyans against making any more payments towards those agencies among others.

    Members of the public are advised not to make any further payments nor engagement with any of these entities either by themselves, their agents and or proxies,” read the press release in part.

    The DPP also asked those who had already made payments or had been extorted by the companies to report to the DCI and offer any of the documents for investigations.

    I have directed the Director of Criminal Investigations to immediately commence investigations and ensure that the persons responsible for such illegal acts are promptly brought to justice,” continued the statement.

    The DPP’s office offered a team, among them the Senior Assistant Director of Public Prosecutions, to work with the DCI on the case.

    ILRI is a Non-Governmental Organisation working towards improving food security and reducing poverty in developing countries.

    The DPP directed the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) to investigate the case