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Ex-PC’s son sues mother over estate

By By VINCENT MABATUK | May 30th 2014

Nakuru, Kenya: A son of a former Provincial Commissioner (PC) has moved to the High Court in Nakuru seeking redistribution of his father’s wealth, following a fight over it with his mother.

Arnold Kemboi has objected the distribution of Timothy Sirma estate by his mother claiming Rose Jerono Sirma obtained grant of administration fraudulently by allegedly failing to disclose the full status of their father’s estate.

In documents filed before Justice Roselyne Wendoh, the son said there was need to redistribute the estate afresh to enable the beneficiaries share the wealth equitably.

The former Coast PC died seven years ago and his widow was issued with grants and letters of administration on August 2008.

Among the properties are two parcels of land in Baringo County, shares at Kimamoi Teweret Limited and Sinendet Multi-purpose Co-operative Society.

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