The Kenyatta family is working on a large-scale real estate project that will culminate in an 11,000-acre mixed-use estate with homes for around 250,000 people spread over commercial, industrial, and residential spaces. The construction, known as Northlands City, is expected to cost Sh500 billion and would be located on an 11,576-parcel of land in Ruiru, which is 15 kilometers from the Nairobi city center.
Uhuru Kenyatta is the fourth president of the republic of Kenya. He is the son to the first president of Kenya Jomo Kenyatta. The current president is set to retire from active politics following the 2022 August elections. He has served as the president for two terms since 2013.
In the aftermath of the Kenya Defense Forces successfully refurbishing the Kenya Meat Commission factory at Athi River in Machakos County within just seven months after being in control of the commission, some of those Kenyans that'll benefit from this refurbishment and increased meat processing capacity are our top two leaders.
The Rongai constituency is unique not only in the diverse Nakuru County but also in the whole of Kenya. Three Presidents have been elected from the agriculturally prosperous seat, which was split off from the then-Nakuru North electorate in 1988 and is now known as Subukia. Two former presidents, Jomo Kenyatta and Daniel arap Moi, were born and raised in Rongai.
Uhuru Kenyatta was challenged by Bahati Member of Parliament Kimani Ngunjiri to explain how he came to hold a title deed of a 2,000-acre ranch in the Nakuru County at the age of 11. In a heated press conference on July 31, Ngunjiri asserted that he had a copy of the original title document, which indicated that Uhuru owned 2,000 acres as part of the 40,000-acre Gicheha farm owned by the Kenyatta family.