WATCH OUR "PANDORA PAPERS" DOCUMENTARY
We spent months poring over documents revealing companies owned by Kenya's first family, the Kenyattas.
The Kenyatta family, Kenya's first family twice over, has perhaps, one of the deepest investments in Kenya’s economy than any political family. But a global leak of documents from offshore secrecy locations has exposed the family's long-standing use of companies, and trusts in Panama and the British Virgin Islands. The leak is called the Pandora Papers. The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists shared this leak with Africa Uncensored, who, with contributions from Finance Uncovered, spent months poring over secret documents from offshore locations. We can now report on the Kenyatta family's secret companies.
Watch our documentary here:
Our thanks go to the brilliant team at ICIJ for yet another milestone in collaborative journalism, and to everyone at Finance Uncovered. We are honored to have been a part of the biggest investigative collaborative project in history!
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My sincere thanks to you guys ! Indeed, it's not too easy to spend days, months and years around a crucial documentary like this, due to hard investigations, risky sometimes. One of my concerns is that the Secretary Council of the United Nations seems not shaken from this unacceptable, intolerable case which is this Pandora Papers. This is more that a crime, a genocide. While in some counties around the world people suffer from hunger in depth, those mentioned in the documentary keep peacefully and quietly gathering illicit and embezzled financial resources. This is shameful !
This is much more harmful to citizens than would be the effects of a pandemic. Here is a country with 85% of its citizens living under conditions deplorable; poverty stricken; one meal a day; while, one family among them owned the whole country. Jamani; until when?