President Uhuru Kenyatta is one of the most wealthiest people in Kenya and Africa. This is because he was born in a rick background, he inherited a lot of properties from his late father who waa the first president of the Republic of Kenya.
However, many did not know that the Kenyan president together with his family owns a multi billion properties in foreign countries. According to the Star, Uhuru Kenyatta together with his mother MamaNgina Kenyatta and other members of his family owns sh3.3 billion in network of accounts in offshore.
International Consortium of Investigative of Journalist revealed the report to more than 600 journalists and other Media organizations across the world. They also revealed that President Uhuru Kenyatta and his mother Mama Ngina Kenyatta owns a secretive foundation in Panama, South America.
Uhurus brother and his two sisters also own assest in offshore campanies that is worth more than $30m. The report says that the president did not comment when reached to give his comments on the matters.
The Report shows that properties were accumulated long time ago when the late President Daniel Totoitich was still in power.
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