New twist in the Late Governor Laboso’s multi-million property row as husband takes abrupt turn

New twist in the multi-million property battle pitching the widower of former Bomet governor Joyce Laboso Edwin Abonyo and his in-laws after Abonyo revised his list in Court.

This is after Abonyo revised his list of inheritance in the Court excluding those properties that were contested by his in-laws earlier.

The two parties have all along been embroiled in a bitter Court battle with the in-laws accusing Abonyo of wanting to inherit some of the properties left behind by his late mother-in-law Rebecca Laboso.

The excluded contested properties are estimated to be worth Ksh.100 Million, and include; land in Bomet and Kericho counties and shares in several co-operative unions.

In his new list of inheritance, Abonyo has named a residential property in Karen, properties in Kisumu and Nakuru Counties, a town house in Nairobi’s Kilimani and shares at Parliamentary Sacco and Egerton University.

According to Edwin, the move to expunge some properties from his list was geared towards ending the constant feuds with his in-laws.

“That I am further advised by my advocates on record that there is need to amend summons for confirmation of grant and the schedule of distribution for the estate of the deceased herein to indicate the assets solely owned by the deceased herein.

“I am aware that the deceased was a co-administrator in the estate of the late Rebecca Laboso and a beneficiary in the said estate of her late mother therefore the need to include her share of the assets in the instant succession suit which assets brought about the protest,” he said.

Abonyo was further on record at the court stating that he would share his property, a Karen mansion, a house in Kilimani, residential properties in Kisumu and Nakuru, shares in Saccos and high-end vehicles to his sons.

The case is therefore expected to come to an end following the new route taken by the widower.

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    Written by Fred Orido




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