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Charity Begins At Home: Meet Former President's Kibaki Family Living Extreme In Poverty!

Vaiz 11/26/2020

Former President Kibaki served as the president of Kenya for two terms.

Kenyans loved the retired President Mwai Kibaki for the light moments and the hilarious speeches he made during his tenure over and above his development record.

Kibaki was born in 1931 in Thunguri village, Othaya division of Kenya's then Nyeri District, now Nyeri County and is the youngest son of Kibaki Gĩthĩnji and Teresia Wanjikũ.

He had three brothers Bernard Nderitu, Philip Muriithi Samuel Muriithi and one sister Esther Waitherero. However, he was the only one fortunate enough to be taken to school among his siblings.

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Kibaki seated outside his sister's compound together with his sister and others believed to be members of the family.

However, it's the state of his sister's home that has captured the eye of many Kenyans online, with majority questioning why she appeared to live in poverty while his brother is one of the wealthiest men in the country.

But, despite the former president’s countless achievements, most of his siblings and former classmates were content with a humble life back in Nyeri county.

His brother, Nderitu Kibaki, lived his entire life as a subsistence farmer in their rural village.

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In an interview with K24 TV just as his brother was about to hand over power to President Uhuru Kenyatta Nderitu revealed that he never sought any financial help from his younger brother but quickly made it clear that he had never lacked food either.

Nderitu revealed that the lack of formal education made it impossible to seek employment even with the help of his powerful brother.

Kibaki was married to the late Lucy Kibaki and had four children; Judy Wanjiku, Jimmy Kibaki, David Kagai, Tony Githinji.

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