Former President Uhuru Kenyatta was on Monday, March 27, left counting losses after unknown people invaded his Farm and made away with hundreds of animals.
Pictures trending on social media captured hundreds of people destroying the barbed wire fence before gaining access to the farm.
After gaining access, the intruders started cutting down trees and setting part of the vast land on fire.
They were later captured sub diving the land as a section of them were caught on camera stealing sheep and goats
The over 11,000-acre farm, Northlands City, was set to host a real estate haven that included low and high-income residential areas, an agricultural zone, an industrial area, and schools.
It is estimated that the ambitious project would cost up to Sh500 billion and with a population of at least 250,000 people.
It was expected that the former Head of State would throw his weight behind his deputy William Ruto to succeed him after the expiry of his two terms as the President.
However, in the run-up to the August 2022 election, the then Head of State openly campaigned for his handshake partner Raila Odinga.
A section of Kenya Kwanza leaders has been accusing President William Ruto’s predecessor of funding the anti-governmental protests.
For instance, over the weekend, Thika Town Member of Parliament Alice Ng’ang’a sensationally claimed that opposition leader Raila Odinga was paid KSh 10 billion to incite unrest against President William Ruto’s government.
“We know those financing him [Raila] to go and destroy our people’s businesses in Nairobi. They are Kikuyus like us and they have been in government. We are aware of the money that they gave him and where they did so.
“We even have their photos, and if they continue with this we will reveal their names,” Ng’ang’a said ostensibly referring to Rtd President Uhuru Kenyatta.