Following the trending Pandora Leaks link to renown Billionaires, section of heads of States worldwide, with President Uhuru Kenyatta and Kenyatta family among the group, Raila Odinga insider also Narok Senator Ledama Olekina has fearlessly defends Kenyatta family over the mess.
Speaking at Citizen TV interview on Tuesday 5, The Narok Senator blasts of DP Ruto insider questioning Kenyatta family offshore wealth claiming, Kenyatta family is known to have been in business for many years and there is no law that say you can't keep your money outside the country.
"The Kenyatta family is known to have been in business for many years and i think that there is no law that say you cannot keep your money outside the country." Senator Ledama began
As he leaves a demand amid his defence, Ledama who has been ardent supporter of Raila Odinga and President Kenyatta handshake informed, he would want the critic to show where, it is illegal or immoral to any leader down to own a property abroad.
"I want people to show me where it is illegal or immoral for any leader to own property abroad." He concluded.
This remarks flows following President Kenyatta remarks over the leaked Pandora mess linking his family with offshore property worth about KSh 3B, where he promised to clear the air once he returns to the country from abroad as vows to continue fighting corruption within country.
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