The President of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta and close family members have all been accused of amassing wealth worth more than $3B in oversee countries. Renowned Star Newspaper journalist, Oliver Mathenge shared the publication done by International news house, The Guardian.
In 2018, The Head of State declared that every civil servants' asset must be declared publicly so that Kenyans would scrutinize the source of their wealth. Upto date no action has been taken which is a clear indication of the reluctance by the Kenyan Government to fight corruption.
@OliverMathenge Pandora papers: biggest ever leak of offshore data exposes financial secrets of rich and powerful
According to the publication by Guardian, the Head of State will come under pressure to explain how he allegedly acquired more than $30m of offshore wealth including owning private property in London. The Kenyatta's family is also accused of being involved in acquiring huge sums of money hidden in abroad. The latest expose is heartbreaking news to Kenyans especially if it's indeed true that the Kenyatta's family used public resources for their own selfish gains.
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