A month ago, International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) exposed details of how Kenyatta family owns billions in offshore investments. The huge leak of financial documents shone the spotlight on the Kenyatta family’s hidden assets that have accumulated over the decades. However, President Uhuru responded on the Pandora Papers expose saying his name was never mentioned.
Following the revelations by the Pandora Papers last month, digital influencers were paid to promote lies and misinformation in online public platforms according to the reports. The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) published the Pandora Papers earlier this month, which revealed that world leaders had large assets in offshore tax havens.
Photo Courtesy. The last few days have not been the best for President Uhuru and the entire Kenyatta family following a major revelation on the family's dark finances. The ICIJ Leaked that the Kenyatta Family were among global clients who had sought the services of A Swiss company to help them stash billions of dollars in offshore accounts in the British Islands and Panama.
Gatundu South Member of Parliament, Hon. Moses Kuria who is currently in Karen Hospital has reacted after ICIJ delivered their ruling on the Kenya-Somalia maritime border dispute. The vocal MP has advised the Government to get Kenya Defence Forces out of Amison immediately. Photo Courtes/ Disputed Maritime border
Many people have been abusing Uhuru Kenyatta after the news that broke yesterday night about the amount of Billions the family has invested abroad. The family was linked to wealth worth Billions having been invested out of the country. Many linked this with the ongoing corruption in Kenya claiming that Uhuru stole the money from the government.
After the International Court of Justice ruling that there is no maritime boundary border agreement exists between Kenya and Somalia, recommends slight adjustment to the current borderline. Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has shown bitter reactions for the Kenyan government being dealt a thankless blow despite helping the Somali government reinstall peace in their land issuing fresh details.
When John Alan Namu first hit our TV screens, he was considered as bourgeois as they come. Striking looks, sharply dressed, and fancy accent to boot. He even married a fellow media star just for good measure. More than ten years later and it’s now turning out Namu was the Bohemian after all.
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has put on a brave front in the aftermath of the Pandora Papers, which revealed his family' s use of offshore accounts, claiming that only those with unexplained wealth should be concerned about the leaked records. When the president returns from his recent trip to Barbados, he has promised to clear the air on the report linking the Kenyatta family- including his mother and two siblings- to 13 offshore accounts.
NARC-Kenya party leader Martha Karua has finally broken her silence over president Uhuru Kenyatta's famous Pandora Papers issue that was brought up by International media. This follows after Karua hit out at Uhuru for keeping his funds and wealth in foreign countries instead of doing the same in Kenya.
President Uhuru Kenyatta and 6 members of his family were linked to a network of offshore companies, one among which reportedly holds assets valued at US$30 million (KSh 3.31 billion). This was in step with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), an independent network of quite 250 investigative journalists and over 100 media organisations across the planet.
President Uhuru Kenyatta is one of the world leaders whose wealth was leaked in the Pandora Papers (12 million files) which is the biggest leak in history. (Photo courtesy) President Kenyatta's mention on the documents leaked by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) over the weekend took over trending topics on social media in Kenya, with the tags PandoraPapers, Client 13173 and 3.5 Trillion.
Photo courtesy Days after Kenyatta's family wealth hit the headlines from Pandora papers, that is, International Consortium of Investigative Journalism(I.C.I.J). President Uhuru has said that this paper will help to reveal those who didn't acquire their wealth accordingly. His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta's attention has been captured by the ongoing Media coverage of the, International Consortium of Investigative Journalism Pandora papers, leak and made this intervening response.
After a battery of over 600 journalists from almost 150 news outlets delved deeper into a trove of 11.9million confidential files, in an exercise that took two years, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists uncovered the whopping little known billion assets of the Kenyatta family in other countries.
President Uhuru Kenyatta's family has been linked to a freshly released declassification that has exposed how the rich and mighty have stashed billions of shillings in offshore accounts. Uhuru and six members of his family secretly owned a network of offshore companies, according to records obtained by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) and shared with more than 600 reporters and media organizations around the world.
The Head of state president Uhuru Kenyatta has finally responded to the Pandora Papers that claimed to link his family to 13offshore accounts that were reportedly had a worth of Sh 3.3 billions. President Kenyatta, in a statement sent by State House Spokesperson Kanze Dena, said his attention has been drawn to comments surrounding the Pandora Papers by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalism (ICIJ).
The truth about Pandora Papers The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) in Washington is an independent global network of 280 investigative journalists and over 100 media organizations spanning more than 100 countries.It is based in Washington DC with personnel in Australia, France, Spain, Hungary, Serbia, Belgium and Ireland.
The report by International consortium of investigative journalist (ICIJ) in the now famous Pandora papers has stirred a serious debate among Kenyans. President Kenyatta was named among other presidents like Russian President Vladimir Putin in the report. The report however does not explain the source of the wealth but listed the Kenyatta family members as the beneficiaries among them the president, his brother Muhoho and Mama Ngina among others.
President Uhuru Kenyatta President Uhuru Kenyatta's family has been linked to a recently released declassification that revealed how the rich and powerful have hidden billions of shillings in offshore accounts. Uhuru and six members of his family secretly owned a network of offshore companies, according to documents obtained by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) and shared with more than 600 journalists and media organizations around the world.
"sina kitu nje" Are the words from ODM party leader Raila Odinga. Its a few days since the International Consortium of Investigate Journalists (ICIJ) exposed how the Kenyan president Uhuru Kenyatta and his family have been accumulating wealth through their offshore companies. ICIJ has been exposing hidden wealth, tax avoidance, money laundering by world leaders and other public officials.
The Pandora papers on documents leaked by the International Consortium of Investigation(ICIJ) exposed the offshore dealings of world leaders like presidents, prime ministers, kings, etc. The pandora papers had been released on Sunday and uncovered more than 330 politicians and public officers who had hidden their wealth and financial secrets offshore.