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What president Uhuru said before He left the country to Ethiopia

The President, Uhuru Kenyatta, is right now in Addis Ababa Ethiopia to go to the swearing inn of Abiy Mohamed as the Prime Minister of the conflict torn country. Uhuru arrived at Bole air terminal in Ethiopia's capital minutes after late morning and was joined by other African heads of states like Uganda's Yoweri Kaguta Museveni.

Kenyatta's avoid with regard to the nation comes when his family has been affirmed of having secret records in the British Virgin Islands and Panama by the Pandora report.

The unfurling news has painted the first family in terrible light inferable from the way that Uhuru has been calling out on degenerate leaders and requesting that they unveil all their wealth. The Pandora papers uncovered that Uhuru had different bank account under his name, that of his mom and youngsters in offshore banks totalling 3.3 billion Kenya shillings.

Likewise, the report brought up the mystery of the exchanges in the bank in light of the fact that Uhuru was just tended to as "customer 13173" to shroud his personality.

In a concise assertion, Uhuru has today responded to the Pandora report not long before he left for Ethiopia. The head of state recognized that the report has opened up the mystery of the rich and presently Kenyans will know reality. That is all he said yet vowed to discuss the matter finally when he gets back from his excursion.

Most Kenyans have anyway taken Uhuru's message contrarily some asserting that the head of state has gone to stow away in Ethiopia in the wake of being uncovered. Here are a portion of the responses: "For what reason did he leave the country subtly when the story came up? We can't sit tight for his return. He can send his "handshake trouble" to eliminate any confusion for his sake," said Laban Kitele.

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