State House yesterday released the names of shareholders of some of the companies said to be behind the illegal acquisition of land in Lamu county.
According to the released document, records of 14 of the 30 entities that received land do not appear in the database of registered companies and societies.
The records show that some of the companies have never filed tax returns since they were incorporated.
There are no records identifying the owners of 11 of the entities -- mostly ranches.
The entities were registered between 1987 and 2013, with some sharing names and shareholders.
For instance, there is a
The shareholders of
One of the companies,
Two of the entities, Savannah Fresh Fruits Exporters and
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