A CIA report released in 2017 shows what Kenyatta had when he died in 1978.
In the 2013 presidential election debate, President Kenyatta admitted that his family owns 30,000 acres of land in Taita Taveta.
According to Forbes, it's reported that Kenyatta family owns more than 500,000 acres of land in various parts of the country.
Former President Daniel arap Moi Family
The land acquired by the late President Daniel Allap Moi is Nakuru's Bahati: 20,000 hectares, Kabarak Farm: 1600 hectares, Rift Valley Olenguruoni, 20,000 hectares, Molo: 20,000 hectares, Bahati: 3000 hectares, Nakuru: 400 acres, and Ol Pajeta — 50,000 acres. The family owns more than 115,000 hectares of land in different parts of the country.
Former President Mwai Kibaki
The third president of Kenya owns 1,200 hectares on a Gingalily farm along the Nakuru-Solai highway.
He owns 10,000 acres of in Igwamiti, the same area in Rumuruti, Naivasha, and 1,600 acres of Ruare Ranch. He also owns 20,000 acres in Nanyuki.
Late Njenga Karume
Molo-20,000 hectares where he grows tea, coffee, potatoes, and pyrethrum. Naivasha-16000 hectares.
Charles Njonjo-former Attorney General
He owns a 100,000 acres of ranch on Solio.
Mr Isaiah Mathenge
He was the former provisional commissioner of the coastal zone. He died in 2006 and owned 10,000 acres of Seremwai Estate.
Lukas Daudi Galgalo
In collaboration with Mathenge they own 10,000 acres Maniyagaro Ranch.
The late Mbiyu Koinange
He was a powerful minister of President Kenyatta's administration. He owns 10,000 acres in Maun Narok.
Kabansora Holdings owns more than 10,000 hectares through its business.
Former Rongai MP
Willie Komen's family owns 10,000 hectares next to Kabarak Farm in Moi and 4,800 hectares in Njoro.
A list of foreigners who own vast lands in the country.
She owns 100,000 acres of land that she purchased with her husband Paolo Gallman in 1974. The Kuki people converted the land into a reserve, Ol Ari Nyiro Ranch, in 1984.
Alec and Jocelyne Wildenstein
Owns 67,000 acres of Ol-Jogi Ranch. It is the only bear home in Africa.
He owns 45,000 acres of land allegedly given to Ian Craig's grandmother by the British Government in 1918 for her service during World War I.
He owns 35,000 acres of Borana Ranch. They are also said to own 70,000 acres of Kisima Ranch.
He purchased 30,000 hectares in 2000 when he was building a tourist lodge. There are more than 7,000 cows on the farm.
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