Kenyans were left baffled after International magazine, the Guardian, and the Washington Post linked President Uhuru Kenyatta and his family with billion of offshore properties amounting to billions.
According to the report that has circulated on social media platforms, the Kenyatta family has an offshore wealth that amounts to almost sh 3.3 billion. Some are found in Panama, South America, and others in London.
According to the papers, the wealth was accumulated when the former president Daniel Arap Moi was still in power in the early 2000s. Mama Ngina Kenyatta, Muhoho Kenyatta who is the president's brother, and his two sisters are beneficiaries of these properties.
Several leaders including Kiharu members of Parliament Ndindi Nyoro have reacted to these reports and took to his social media platforms saying those in the stsrehouse will get something from the report.
He went ahead and warned that what the state has captured is worse giving the example of milk, fintech, and illegal mining. He criticized those linked with the reports of Panora for constantly lecturing them.
Soy MP Hon Caleb Kositany went ahead and quoted client 13173, a special code that was used to refer or address 'Kenyatta' in one business in Panama into using his name.
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