The newly crowned Mt Kenya Unity Forum (MKUF) spokesperson and Narc Kenya party leader Martha Karua, today 7th October commented on the recent report dubbed Pandorra Papers. A leak that revealed secret offshore companies owned by world billionaires and at least 330 top politicians from 90 countries.
The Iron lady stated that a head of state who hides money in foreign accounts knowingly sabotages and hinders growth of economy of his country.
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta and his family are among the world leaders said to have hidden away billions of dollars in secret offshore accounts in Panama and the British Virgin Islands despite his commitment to transparency in the country.
"A leader especially a third world leader who stashes money abroad knowingly undermines the economic growth of his country" stated Martha Karua on tweet
The leak revealed that the Kenyatta's have hidden a fortune in excess of $30 million (Sh3.3 billion) in two countries.
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