Some few days ago, the Pandora papers knocked the news headlines all over the world. These are the investigations which were done by international journalists who exposed some prominent world leaders who have been allegedly stealing the state money for their own benefits. According to these reports, the leaders owns some offshore accounts on those countries with low taxes.
Here in Kenya, the family of Mzee Jomo Kenyatta was mentioned on these papers. Now, some few hours ago, reports emerged claiming that one of the prominent presidents from south America have been investigated by state agencies after his name appeared on this Pandora papers.
As reported by mr Ahmednassir through his official twitter page, he said that the state agencies have launched investigations against the president of Chile whose name was spotted in Pandora papers. However, the current progress of these investigations have not been revealed.
Here in Kenya, we are still waiting for president Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta to return from America so that he can respond to these reports as he said before visiting America.
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