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Popular Families That Reportedly Own Huge Tracts of Land in Kenya

Family of Kenyatta

Independent surveyors and Ministry of Lands officials estimate that the extended Kenyatta family alone possesses 500,000 acres, or almost the size of Nyanza Province. The 24,000 acres in Taveta sub county are the Kenyattas' most well-known land holding, though.

Additionally, the Kenyatta family owns 50,000 acres in Taita, which are being managed by Mrs. Beth Mugo, the niece of president Uhuru Kenyatta and assistant minister of education.

Family of Moi

The second president of Kenya, Daniel arap Moi, who held office from 1978 until 2002, amassed considerable landholdings.

The family of former President Daniel arap Moi is facing numerous compensation claims totaling billions of shillings, many of which are linked to contentious land dealings involving the previous Head of State.

Over Sh5.1 billion in claims are connected to numerous properties.

The family's business empire reportedly includes real estate, transportation, education, the hotel industry, banking, aviation, manufacturing, media, agri-business, security, and construction, among other industries.

The late Charles Njonjo

The previous attorney general possessed a ranch in Soilo that included 100,000 acres.

Late Mbiyu Koinange, 

10,000 acres in Maun Narok are owned by the formerly influential minister in President Kenyatta's administration.

Late Simeon Nyachae, 

Nyachae has over 10,000 acres under his company, Kabansora Holdings.

Family of Kibaki

In Gingalily, near the Nakuru-Solai highway, the third president of Kenya had 1,200 hectares of farms.

Additional land areas include 10,000 acres in Igwamiti, 1,600 acres in Ruare Ranch, and 20,000 acres in Nanyuki.

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