REVEALED: The LAND that UHURU KENYATTA owns (The LIST of all DETAILS)


Friday February 1, 2013 - When the curtain fell on our beloved founding father Mzee Jomo Kenyatta on August 22nd 1978, his son Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta was only 17 years old.

Like many Kenyans, Uhuru had brothers and sisters and his mother Mama Ngina Kenyatta gave them part of their father’s inheritance.

According to the Ndungu Report, Mzee Kenyatta’s land is not registered under the name of Uhuru Kenyatta but it is registered under the name of founding father Mzee Jomo Kenyatta.
According to estimates done by the independent surveyors and Ministry of Lands, Kenyatta’s land may be little or more than 500,000 acres.

The parcel of lands include;

10, 000 acre Gichea Farm in Gatundu.

5, 000 acres in Thika.

9,000 acres in Kasarani Mwiki

5, 000-acre Muthaita Farm.

24, 000 acres in Taveta

50, 000 acres in Taita,

29, 000 acres in Kahawa Sukari along the Nairobi—Thika highway stretching all the way to Kilimambogo Hills in Ukambani.

Others include:

10, 000-acre ranch in Naivasha.,

52,000-acre farm in Nakuru

20,000-acre one, also known as Gichea Farm,

10, 000 acres in Rumuruti,

40,000 acres in Endebes in the Rift Valley Province

Others are:

Brookside Farm, Green Lee Estate,Njagu Farm in Juja, a quarry in Dandora in Nairobi

How the land was acquired: 

When President Jomo Kenyatta was in power for  15 years, the World Bank and the British government  funded the Settlement  Transfer Fund Scheme under which the Kenyatta family  legally acquired  large tracts of land  all over the country.

Uhuru Kenyatta, who is Jomo’s son, is one of the beneficiaries of the Kenyatta’s, fortunes together with his brothers and sisters.

Mama Ngina Kenyatta, Magana Kenyatta, Uhuru Kenyatta, Christine Wambui, Anna Nyokabi and Muhoho Kenyatta are among the beneficiaries of the late mzee fortunes.  
So Uhuru acquired land through inheritance as many Kenyans do. 

How many Kenyans have rejected the inheritance of their fathers because he was a thief or a land grabber?

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