While Kenyans wait for President Uhuru Kenyatta to return from America and deliver a thorough report on the Pandora Papers, various politicians and Kenyans continue to express their views on the sensitive issue.
Allan Namu, an investigative journalist who was part of the team that investigated Kenyatta's family offshore accounts, has made a new exposé and clarified matters that Kenyans are confused about concerning Pandora expose.
According to Allan, local media allegations that Kenyatta's riches in offshore accounts totals $ 30 million are false.He said that the sum was tied to Muhoho Kenyatta's single company.
He also said the reports they posted are very clear on the issue and the documents they they have seen reflect the same.
Namu also questioned how the offshore accounts claimed to be held by the Kenyatta family were set up.The offshore accounts, he claims, were set up after President Mwai Kibaki took office around 2003.
He also revealed that the offshore accounts were created around the time Mwai Kibaki decided to investigate how the former presidents got their vast fortunes.
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