RISE AGAINST THE KENYATTA FAMILY OR BE SLAVES FOR LIFE

Via Anwar Saddat

The Kenyan government paid the Kenyatta family, Shs 3.6 billion for the land in Naivasha, where the dry port is being constructed. Documents obtained by a nation journalist ( anonymous source because of the sensitivity of this case) shows that in addition to the Shs 3.6 billion, the Kenyan government will be paying the Kenyattas’, a yearly land lease rate of Shs 785 million shilling.Our sources request for comment from the Statehouse and the ministry of land was not answered.

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This is not the first time the Kenyattas have used their position in government for personal gain.In 2009, The ministry of finance, through the then finance minister, Mr. Uhuru Kenyatta, bought 1200 acres of land from the Kenyatta family in Rongai at Shs 2.2 billion to settle IDPs.Under the coalition government, resettlement of IDPs was the duty of the Ministry of Special programs, but the ministry of finance would not release any funds until it was moved Uhuru’s docket.When the nation newsgroup wrote a detailed article on this matter and corruption touching on the Kenyatta family, Mr. Kenyatta went to court demanding Shs 200 million and that the nation media group retract the story.The corrupt in Kenya are known to use courts and their influence in government to suppress journalist from doing their jobs and report on corruption in government.
The Kenyan government paid the Kenyatta family, Shs 3.6 billion for the land in Naivasha, where the dry port is being constructed.

Documents obtained by a nation journalist ( anonymous source because of the sensitivity of this case) shows that in addition to the Shs 3.6 billion, the Kenyan government will be paying the Kenyattas’, a yearly land lease rate of Shs 785 million shilling.

Our sources request for comment from the Statehouse and the ministry of land was not answered.

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This is not the first time the Kenyattas have used their position in government for personal gain.

In 2009, The ministry of finance, through the then finance minister, Mr. Uhuru Kenyatta, bought 1200 acres of land from the Kenyatta family in Rongai at Shs 2.2 billion to settle IDPs.

Under the coalition government, resettlement of IDPs was the duty of the Ministry of Special programs, but the ministry of finance would not release any funds until it was moved Uhuru’s docket.

When the nation newsgroup wrote a detailed article on this matter and corruption touching on the Kenyatta family, Mr. Kenyatta went to court demanding Shs 200 million and that the nation media group retract the story.

The corrupt in Kenya are known to use courts and their influence in government to suppress journalist from doing their jobs and report on corruption in government.

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Via Anwar Saddat

The Kenyan government paid the Kenyatta family, Shs 3.6 billion for the land in Naivasha, where the dry port is being constructed. Documents obtained by a nation journalist ( anonymous source because of the sensitivity of this case) shows that in addition to the Shs 3.6 billion, the Kenyan government will be paying the Kenyattas’, a yearly land lease rate of Shs 785 million shilling.Our sources request for comment from the Statehouse and the ministry of land was not answered.

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This is not the first time the Kenyattas have used their position in government for personal gain.In 2009, The ministry of finance, through the then finance minister, Mr. Uhuru Kenyatta, bought 1200 acres of land from the Kenyatta family in Rongai at Shs 2.2 billion to settle IDPs.Under the coalition government, resettlement of IDPs was the duty of the Ministry of Special programs, but…

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