The war on corruption has always been a sham even as we are led by people who have never truly believed that other Kenyans matter.
The Kenyatta family which boasts of having produced two presidents in Kenya is corrupt and unrepresentative of the true Kenyan spirit of hardwork.
These people believe in ‘a grabbing’ philosophy where one doesn’t need to work, but just grab and live as if nothing happened.
From the Slayqueen Nana Gecaga robbing Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC), to the two sisters (Nyokabi Muthama and Kathleen Kihanya) who doesn’t care so much about maternal health, to the lady white (Margaret Kenyatta) at state house who runs for course she alone understands, packaged as running for maternal health, to the tipsy boy (President Uhuru) always shouting hoarse that ‘we shall deal with corruption, phew!
‘Niendeleee ama nisiendelee?’
Now we introduce a new looter in the not so intricate family of Relathieves.
Kavi Pratt is President Uhuru Kenyatta’s niece.
The company, Cemex Systems, that has been given the tender to construct airside pavements and AGL systems at the Moi Internantional Airport in Mombasa is owned by one Mr. Karanja Mburu.
Karanja Mburu is the husband to Christina Platts, Kavi Pratt.
Essentially, what we are seeing here is an award of a tender to a family member even without hiding.
Progressive countries that care about taxpayers’ money make strict laws that prohibit sitting politicians and public servants, together with their close relatives from engaging in business deals with the governments they lead and serve.
Here in Kenya, the Kenyattas have continued to misuse state power to enrich their empire.
The affordable housing scheme is not a great initiaitive the way it is envisioned. There’s only one vulture at the top set to benefit, your guess is as good as mine. This family has all the companies that can provide materials for the housing schemes, from Mabati, to nails, to timber, to land, i mean everything.
Who will even win tenders against them?
The Kenyattas and their crony capitalism and state capture is sickening.
Below are documents to support the Karanja Mburu story:
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