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"Pandora Papers Have Nothing To Do With Ruto ", Mutahi Ngunyi's Tweet Elicits Reactions

Mutahi Ngunyi's reaction to a declassification by Pandora papers which alleged that president Uhuru Kenyatta and his family have Ksh 3.3 stashed abroad has elicited mixed reactions.

Taking to his twitter account, the Controversial political analyst who predicted the tyranny of numbers in 2013, dismissed the reports by the Pandora Papers.

Ngunyi wondered how the Kenyatta's can be just worth Ksh 3.3 equating it to just two houses owned by DP William Ruto at Ksh 1.5 each.

"How are they worth 2 Ruto houses? ", Wondered Ngunyi as he questioned the timing on Twitter. He went ahead to say that this is just an insult to "their intelligence".

His Allegations have since elicited mixed reactions on-line with some wondering how Ruto comes in on this.

David mwangi: the Pandora papers have nothing to do Ruto and the a forementioned ksh 3.3 is tied to one of the 11 accounts.

Arthu kiarie said that the expose was prepared by over 400 journalists who took time to sift through huge gigabytes of data before coming out.

Others however said that the good professor is just out to do some damage Control now that the king is already naked.

In the declassification, the papers however stated that much of the wealth was accumulated before Uhuru took over power.

High Networth individuals who are Majorly government operatives many a times bank their money in foreign banks with tax haven countries being the most favorite.

A case involving former kplc boss James Gichuru and a former minister Chris okemo where they were accused of siphoning money out of the country to Jersey has been ongoing.

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