Auctioneers yesterday Monday August9, 2021 raided Nairobi’s Karen home of Kirinyaga women representative Purity Ngirici over a debt of Ksh 5 Million owed by them.
The auctioneers were seeking to recover the amount by seizing property of equivalent value after the Ngirici’s allegedly failed to settle the amount to Flex Air Charters in 2016.
The woman representative had in between May 8 and August 17, 2016 hired helicopters accumulating a debt amounting to Ksh5.9 million.
Reports privy to this new development indicate that she had settled the debt in bit leaving behind a balance of Ksh3.9 million.
Flex Air charter then moved to court to compel the MP and her husband Andrew Ngirici to pay the money, with lawyer Donald Kipkorir stating that the company won the case but the Ngici’s have since failed to pay the money.
The company would the seek the services of NSC auctioneers
Speaking to People Daily the woman representative noted that she was never aware of the new development until the auctioneers landed at her door step.
She said that she paid the amount so as to save her items, adding that she had taken the matter to the court of appeal.
“The auctioneers descended at my residence and took away all the household items including a Ksh2 million television set,” she said.
The NSC auctioneer representative Timothy Owuor stated that the matter had been resolved after their lawyer Murang’a Senator Irungu Kang’ata promised that a cheque would be delivered to them.
“It was a matter of misunderstanding and it has been resolved,” Kanga’ta said.
The Vocal DP Rutoa ardent supporter however noted that her support for the second in command is to blame for her woes.
“The whole thing is political; these were my enemies at play. The statement I made over the weekend has really touched them,” she concluded.