According to the Regional Police Commander (RPC), Mr Robert Boaz, the photographer, Mr Omari Msangi (38), reported the matter to police (MOS/RB/14025/2012.) last Sunday afternoon, in Moshi. The photographer was taking photographs of disputed premises constructed at Fonga Bomambuzi in Moshi Municipality when the woman showed up and started quizzing him as to why he was taking pictures of the property.
Ms Sangeu was in Moshi pursuing a civil application which she had filed at the Land and Housing Tribunal of Moshi District and paid 15,000/- in filing fees as per ERV No 46478024 dated September 4, this year. In that application, Ms Sangeu is seeking an order to be declared the lawful owner of the premises. She is also seeking an order from the Tribunal for the respondents - Pius John Kimerei, Thomas Denis Sangeu and Philipina Ufunguo to vacate the premises.
She also wants the Tribunal to order the respondents to pay specific damages, allegedly for trespassing and loss of business to the tune of 1m/-, as well as 10m/- in general damages and cost of the case.
However, Thomas Denis Sangeu, the son of the deceased and owner of the premises, claimed that before the death of his father in March, last year, his father gathered some of his relatives to witness him handing over the plot and the disputed premises to him.
While pursuing her case, Ms Sangeu is said to have been using a government vehicle with registration number STJ 9313 and a lawyer suspected to be the Ministry's legal officer as well as a driver.