Besieged Indian Cartel Bipin Mawjee’ has advertised his house on Pam Golding and moved to Australia, our sources have confirmed.
The editor of this site had revealed that Bipin Mawjee’s, who also owns Travellers Forex and Purple Haze Kilimani was using the court process to usurp his brother’s share of the property by separating his older brother Harish and his family from his widowed mother.
Other sources that have confidently spoken to the editor of this site have linked Bipin Mawjee to money laundering through his forex hence a request on responsible authorities to probe the serious allegation.
Bipin’s older sister Indira is married to Yogesh’s older brother Arvind Pattni and they live in Perth Australia, we can confirm. Yogesh is the CEO of Victoria Commercial Bank, a bank that was launched with Goldenberg scandal monies, as will be revealed in my next article.
Bipin Mawjee is disposing of the house at a price of Ksh 120,000,000 which is crazy but tells a story on how some of these real-estate companies are being used to do money-laundering.
Why did Bipin Mawjee advertise his property on Pam Golding?
You will all remember that the Imperial Bank heist was a joint-effort by a cohort of Indian thieves including the Poppat family which is worshipped by senior Government officials. We are told that some of the thieving Indians used the share of the Imperial Bank heist to invest in real estate, using the Pam Golding Properties Group.
For instance, Imperial Bank was cross-owned together with the owners of Kenblest Industries, who also own Pam Golding Properties. The money they stole has been building the expensive projects they have been undertaking. You probably still eat Kenblest bread yet the directors stole your money. Why can’t CBK attach caveats on Kenblest and Pam Golding Properties assets and do it transparently to calm markets and restore hope in the financial system?
Central Bank Governor should stop playing tricks on Kenyans.
Prices of rent and real-estate in Nairobi are ridiculous, compared to economies like South Africa, which has better roads and social amenities, and yet property and rents are a fifth of what Kenyans pay, in a country with dilapidated roads, insecurity and no playgrounds.
Only a few companies in Kenya manipulate the rents. The key companies are Hass Consult, Knight Frank and the likes.
They release fictitious reports citing trumped-up statistics claiming of a “boom” in the real-estate and construction industry.
These companies are conduits for laundering money embezzled by cabinet secretaries and Governors, who are currently the people diverting resources meant to build our social amenities, to real-estate.
Through these quarterly “reports” fed to the media as unvarnished truth, hype was generated on false statistics of an emerging housing boom.
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