Kenya Airways on Wednesday obtained fresh orders to evict 748 airlines from its land at JKIA.
This came a day after 748 airline hired armed goons who numbered about 300 that stormed KQs offices trying to repossess the grabbed land.
A magistrate court on Wednesday issued an injunction against 748 airlines stating that the status quo must be maintained.
Tis means that KQ is the owner of the land and 748 Airline is barred from setting foot on the land.
“That the court takes note of the issues raised herein versus the orders issued on 26 /7/2021 and considers what is an issue between the parties. That the parties are each claiming interest on the properties herein. That in the interest of justice, I order for maintenance of the status quo pending further orders and or directions of the trial court on 3/8/2021 as earlier scheduled. That the OCS JKIA police station to ensure compliance with the orders,” ruled Magisttrate A.N Makau.
On Friday last week, KQ obtained court orders and evicted CS Amina Mohamed’s brother Jibril Ahmed from its land.
He had allegedly intended to grab the land.
Jibril is the proprietor of 748 Air services limited and a brother to Sports CS Amina Mohamed.
KQ is embroiled in a land ownership tussle with 748 Air Services limited.
“That an order be and is hereby issued directing the removal of the defendant /respondent from all that property known or described as LR. No. 9042/583, situated in the City of Nairobi within Nairobi area in the republic of Kenya and restraining the defendant / respondent from further trespassing, occupying , using , entering upon or otherwise howsoever manner interfering with the plaintiff quiet enjoyment use or occupying of the suit property pending hearing and determination of this suit,” read the order issued by Magistrate D.M Kivuti.
JKIA Police station OCS was ordered to ensure the order is complied with.
The land in question is on North Airport Road and is valued at shs 300million.
In the last three years, Jibril has been embroiled in several land tussles in Nairobi.
Of late, he is wrestling to gain ownership of a prime piece of land along Mombasa road.
The land is behind the Inland Container depot and worth shs 300 million.
Several City residents said Jibril a perennial “land grabber” and asked the authorities to intervene.
Others asked Parliament and all investigative agencies to probe the matter saying Jibril is out to ensure he takes possession of KQ’s land.