NOCK Building In Upper Hill To Be Auctioned Over Ksh400 Million Loan

The National Olympics Committee of Kenya (NOCK) is battling to spare its slowed down Ksh1.2 billion development venture in Upper Hill, Nairobi.

The development began in 2014 for what should be NOCK PLAZA, the base camp for the Olympics the executives body in the nation.

Sidian bank, which was the fundamental lender, has put the structure under the sledge over Ksh400 million, which was the primary portion of the all out Ksh800 million that they should infuse into the task.

A model of the Ksh1.2 billion the National Olympic Committee of Kenya (Nock) Plaza

In an advertisement in a local daily on March 18, the auctioneers announced, “Duly instructed by our clients, charges we shall sell the mentioned prime property by public auction on Friday, April 5, 2019, at our Auction Marty New Kireita Building, Kirinyaga Road at 11 am.”

As Nation reports, Sidian bank was supposed to inject Ksh800 million into the project and NOCK the other Ksh400 million as it was estimated the building would cost up to Ksh1.2 billion, NOCK had not remitted their part of the agreement.

In a bid to save the building late 2018, the body formed a building and property committee led by Kenya Volleyball Federation president Waithaka Kioni.

NOCK acting Secretary General Francis Mutuku disclosed that several proposals have been made including a government bail-out plan.

“The prospective buyers did not make any good offers,” Mutuku added

According to Anthony Kariuki, NOCK treasurer, the government was willing to bail them out but it did not have the money either.

“The government wants us to give then time, but Sidian wants its money now,” Kariuki claimed just after meeting Kirimi Kaberia, the PS for sports.

NOCK offices are currently based at the 2000 plaza, Mombasa.

Waithaka Kioni head of the NOCK building and property committee


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