The late President of Kenya Mwai Kibaki was blessed with one wife and four children, three boys and one girl.
The late Mwai Kibaki was married to Lucy Muthoni who passed away back in 2016 at the age of 55 years.
Jimmy Kibaki is the firstborn child in Kibaki's household.
He is a renowned Kenyan businessman who owns a Kenyan business and owns Odibets, a local betting firm.
Being the family's spokesman, many thought that Jimmy would be interested in following his father's political steps.
But for him, business was and has always been his passion and he never failed to support his fathers.
David Kibaki has been away from the spotlight until the passing of their mother when he gave his tribute during his mom's funeral.
David is a private man as few details of him or his family are known to the public.
Judy Kibaki is the only daughter and the other visible member of the Kibaki's progeny.
Judy is a mother to Joy Marie and a member of Deacons East Africa Board-a fashion apparel retailer.
As per the law of Kenya the children of the late person should share the wealth of the remain of the father. Today it has come to a surprise that the children of the late former president of Kenya Mzee Mwai Kibaki have reject DNA test over wealth distribution.
Something that has left Kenyans to talk about on Twitter
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