Controversial political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi has finally made his reaction following Sunday's turn of events that saw the expose done by the Pandora's paper linking President Uhuru Kenyatta abd his family to trillions of money hidden in offshore accounts.
On Sunday evening, a report by Icij said that Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta and his first family have been secretly accumulating a fortune for years behind corporate veils in Panama.
Uhuru alongside his mother Mama Ngina Kenyatta, brother Muhoho Kenyatta, sisters Kristina Pratt and Nyokabi Muthama have for decades shielded wealth from public scrutiny through foundations and companies in tax havens, including Panama, with assets worth more than $30 million.
The leak has left many Kenyans talking but according to political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi, the leaks are fishy as their 'timing' is quite telling considering we are just nearing the 2022 general elections.
"These #PandoraPapers are FISHY - the TIMING. If Ruto's house in SUGOI is worth 1.5 Billion, how are the Kenyatta's worth 3 billion? How are they worth 2 Ruto Houses? Do not INSULT our intelligence @johnallannamu. You used to THINK," he tweeted.
According to a report by the star, the Kenyatta family failed to comment on the leaks as of yesterday and there is nothing official from them in reaction to this big secret reveal.
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