The Kenyatta family has been trending since yesterday after being exposed for owning several Campanies abroad. This is something that caught the attention of many investigations were launched to find out how they acquired the wealth. Many had started linking him with vandalization of Government funds. However, he managed to escape the trap as it was discovered that the family because wealthy even before becoming the president.
However, is not fully out of the trouble as details reveal what awaits him in Kenya. According to sources, it is said that once he is back, Uhuru will be required to explain why he is the second beneficiary of Varies Foundation. He will be will be send after Margaret Kenyatta who is the first beneficiary.
This happens as many are still suspecting a foul play in the ownership, inheritance and succession of Kenyatta Family's wealth. Meanwhile, we had Uhuru say the exposure of people's wealth will help in creating transparency.
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