Next year 2022, president Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to retire having finished his two terms. Thus, as a retired president, Honourable Uhuru Kenyatta will be pocketing some cash in form of pension every month for having worked for the government. However the pension will be slightly low as compared to the amount he is paid when serving. Therefore, in this article I will present to you the amount of money he is likely to earn every month after his retirement.
Retired presidents in Kenya, their pension was increased from current Sh34.4 million, which is catering for former president Mwai Kibaki retirement benefits, to 42.42 million starting next year July. Thus according to calculations, the retired president is likely to earn Sh666,700 every month as from July next year. This will be due to Mr Kenyatta in line with Presidential Retirement Benefits Act 2003.
When former president Daniel Moi died, his pension was discontinued leaving Mwai Kibaki to earn huge pension of about 2.86 million per month up to next year July. This makes Kibaki best paid serving and retired public servant in Kenya according to treasury.
Moreover presidential retirement come with other benefits for instance, they are entitled to four cars where two of them are limousines and are replaced after every four years. They also boasts full medical cover.
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