Political wheeler dealer Stanley Livondo has been summoned to a Nairobi court in case in which forensic experts are investigating  a forged court order concering a Sh 26 billion insolvency claim a bank has laid against a shoe manufacturer.

Justice Grace Nzioka who is handling the insolvency suit involving Magman Enterprises limited and Jamii Bora Bank limited has demanded investigations be hurried and directed that Livondo and the parties in the suit  be present when a report on an alleged forged court order that allowed an administrator appointed by the bank to close down the premise in Mlolongo is made in court.

Livondo was sucked into the case when he stormed the premise which had been taken over by the administrator Ponangipalli Rao on the strength of the questioned order.
The judge had earlier issued an order of maintenance of status quo till the insolvency row is resolved.
Inspector Martin Muli who is investigating the case said he has “recorded 5 statements so far” and asked for more time to complete his investigations.
The case revolves around Magman enterprises limited which is insolvent over a bank loan from Jamii Bora Bank and had appointed Mr Ponangipalli Rao as administrator.
Livondo has been storing a truck at Magman enterprises to store at the grounds where the firm runs a shoe making factory.
The truck he says was being stored and improved in readiness for the 2017 general elections in which he has declared his interest n the Kakamega senatorial seat.
“My reasons for being at the factory on Mombasa Road on February 28 2018 was due to reports received that my truck was being illegally used of alleged administrator’s of Magman.

A director of Magman  Magdaline Nyokabi Njihia sates in an affidavit that despite  a pending determination on the insolvency matter Rao acted in breach of peace and normal operation of her business by procuring a gang of youth who shut her premise down in the name of administration

“i am aware that on February 21 2017 five goons and two security guards appeared at the business premise at Travel House building in Nairobi in the name of supervising the business activities…” the affidavit reads.

Rao is accused of being misled  to station security personnel at the premise which Livondo stormed to get his truck.

he has denied he was accompanied by a gang but only his driver.

“My reason for being at the factory on February 28 2017 was due to reports received that my truck was being illegally used by staff of the alleged administrators without my permission among other uses as a resting place,’ Livondo states.

The case will be mentioned on April 4 2017.