Court documents have revealed how the late former President of Kenya, Daniel Moi shared his multi-billion Kenya shillings wealth amongst his eight children, both son's and daughters.
From the will which was presented in court, Moi left behind a parcel of land of 931 hectares and it was to be distributed amongst his five son's who includes Jonathan Moi, Gideon Moj, Raymond, Philip and John Mark.
From the will, Moi stated that the land should be passed on to his son's children.
From the will, Moi also gave his three daughters 100 Million Kenya shillings each, these daughters of his includes Jennifer Moi, June Moi and Doris Moi.
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