Law Society of Kenya President Nelson Havi has come to the rescue of President Uhuru Kenyatta who was recently exposed by an international publishing company named Pandora paper as one of the world leaders who have hidden money amounting to billions in offshore accounts.
According to Havi, it well known that President Uhuru was already a rich person before he came into power but if there is anything that has haunted him concerning the exposure by Pandora papers, responsible experts should be given a chance to do their investigation.
Havi has also added people should not intrigue or narrate those stories that are baseless because the issue should be left to necessary organs to deal with it.
"Rais kabla hajachakuliwa kuwa rais alikuwa bwenyenye, hilo ni jambo ya bayana na ikiwa mali yake aliipata katika namna ambayo anaweza kudhibitisha basi ni mali yake hatuwezi kumkosoa. Lakini kama kuna dosari waliona uwezo wa kuchunguza basi wachunguse, tusiwe watu wa fitina, watu wasimulizi sisizo kuwa na msingi wala mwelekeo," said Nelson Havi.
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