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Mabati houses in slum owned by kenyatta family and revenue each month

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The Kenyatta family is descended from Jomo Kenyatta, Kenya’s first president and a key figure in the struggle for the nation’s independence. Kenyatta, who was raised in the dominant Kikuyu culture, rose to fame as the most well-known interpreter of Kikuyu customs thanks to his book Facing Mount Kenya.

The CIA, America’s intelligence agency, released a special report on the great riches of the Kenyatta family on the day Kenya’s founding father was laid to rest in 1978 because it was seen to be such an important aspect in Kenya’s internal security.

The report, which was made public, stated that Mzee Kenyatta and his wife Mama Ngina controlled thousands of acres of land.Take a peek at the Mabati estate nearby, where they earn Sh250,000 each month.

The 200 housing units charge from Ksh1,200 to Ksh1,450 depending on the size. That translates to over Ksh2 million a year.

The houses are built in blocks with front porches and an allowance for front yard veggie gardens.

Bathrooms and toilets are communally shared, and as expected, they are not in pristine condition as The Nairobian established. Some are filthy and have no doors.

The houses are built in blocks with front porches and an allowance for front yard veggie gardens.

Bathrooms and toilets are communally shared, and as expected, they are not in pristine condition as The Nairobian established. Some are filthy and have no doors.

The interior can accommodate a small bed, a table, two seats, and cooking utensils. Each unit houses two to four tenants, meaning the estate has over 400 people.

The monies, Kahawa Tungu understands have to be deposited into an agent’s account on the 10th of every month, without fail before they are forwarded to the Kenyatta family.

According to the Nairobian, the estate, sitting on Mzee Jomo Kenyatta’s land, was initially meant to house employees from the Kitengela Honey Products Farm, a Kenyatta family venture that never took off.

Now most of the tenants work in the nearby Exotic Penina Fields Group Limited and others working at the Maasai Flowers Limited.

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