After the high court yesterday ruled on two cases that had prevented the executor of Moi's will from distributing the properties stated there in to underlined family members, new information has emrged on how the former long serving president ensured safety of his prime plots even after his death.
In the codicil written in 2010 and filed before the high court, Moi ensured that his five sons will never sell his prime plots for personal benefits but the plots will remain in the family forever.
In the will, the former president left a total nine hundred and thirty one ( 931 ) hectares of land under the trustee management of Kabarak University. It states that the trustee will manage all prime plots and benefits transferred to his five sons who are John Mark Moi, Philip Moi, Raymond Moi, Jonathan Moi and KANU's Gideon Moi. If his five sons die, then the benefits from the plots will be transferred to their children- in this order.
The 931 hectares will not be distributed among the five sons. Although they own, non of Moi's sons will have the authority to sell the plots.
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