A large number of unknown persons on Monday stormed the family farm of Kenya's former President Uhuru Kenyatta, stealing livestock and setting fire to the farm amid the ongoing high cost of living protest in the country.
The mob took livestock, cut down trees with power saws, and set fire to the land.
According to the BBC, the motivation is still unknown.
However, reports indicated earlier last week that Kenyan Kwanza leaders planned to recruit people to swarm President Kenyatta's residence.
The politicians have accused the ex-president of backing the current Azimio wing protests.
Raila Odinga and his Azimio allies are poised to flood the city in a fascinating project aimed at putting pressure on the William Ruto-led administration to reduce living expenses.
Azimio is proposing that the president include them in IEBC officials' decision-making as well as the interesting launch of IEBC servers.
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