More details on the Kenyan Embassy land purchase in Tokyo are coming to light. According to Kenya's Daily Nation, the Ministry decided to purchase a plot of land with two ageing buildings in Yakumo, Meguro-ku, from an individual owner at an unusally high price (1.6 billion JPY).

The seller, who was previously leasing the land and buildings to the Embassy, carried out his own property background check and personally drew up the contract documents.

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