Auctioneers seize Nyamweya’s multimillion shillings property
By NAIROBI NEWS TEAM
Football Kenya Federation President Sam Nyamweya could have part of his prime property in Nairobi auctioned for defaulting a loan.
An advert appearing in a section of the media indicate that the football chief’s one acre plot in Karen, estimated to be worth Sh100 million, is due for auction by Keysian Auctioneers.
“Sale on Monday 14th December… all that property in the name of Samson Keengu Nyamweya,” the auction notice reads in part.
Nairobi News could not however immediately establish if the said property referred to as “prime and undeveloped”, is the same that houses his plush home in Karen, Nairobi.
Nyamweya’s home in the city houses a large storied building complete with a swimming pool, fish pond and a servants quarter.
The football administrator is known to regularly entertain visitors including delegations of football officials at his residence.
Recent media stories have also reported that I&M Bank has renewed its bid to have Nyamweya declared bankrupt over a Sh 1.3 million debt he has defaulted. These developments come at a time when Nyamweya is seeking reelection as FKF President.
Efforts by Nairobi News to get comments from Nyamweya over the matter proved unsuccessful.