Eastleigh: Widow, 68, accuses step brother-in-law of illegal possession of late husband's property
A 68-year-old widow is crying for justice after she was allegedly deprived of her late husband's property by her step brother-in-law
Faduma Mohammed Mire is a Somalia citizen who lost her husband - Abdikadir Mosse Farah in 2016.
She says that all the properties owned by her husband - which include apartments in Eastleigh, residentials in Westlands and a car - were taken away by her step brother-in-law Ali Musa Farah, making her destitute.
Her lawyers say that the court has issued several orders and decrees granting her inheritance of all her husbands investments and properties in Kenya.
The orders issued to OCS Pangani, Eastleigh North and Central Police to assist her benefit from the properties owned by her husband have not been effected so far.
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Through her lawyers, the widow says that she will take legal action against the persons encroaching on the property so that they can account for it.
The lawyers say there is a criminal aspect of intermeddling which they are pursuing with the Director of Public Prosecutions because the persons enjoying the property have no legal rights to enjoy or interfere.
The lawyers further say that their client has been discriminated by the family of the late Mosse Faraha since she didn't bare children with her late husband.
Faduma says that she grew up in a wealthy background where her father was a member of parliament in the late 60s in Somalia and they lived in Kisimayu while her late husband was a senior officer in the government of President Mohamed Siad Barre of Somalia.
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