Most Kenyans might be aware by now that this week, KTN News refused to air an expose on how Kenya is contributing to the blood bath in South Sudan by hiding warlords and allowing blood money to be invested in the Country.
The expose done by Africa Uncensored led by their former investigative journalist John Allan Namu was left cold by the Standard Group-owned media house because they wanted some portions of the expose edited.
The expose dubbed profiteers reveals how one of South Sudan’s most wanted mastermind of massacres is living large in a posh neighborhood in Nairobi and is allegedly being guarded not by the police but by the Kenya Army!
The warlord is none other than Paul Malong Awan aka King Paul is worth billions of dollars looted from the war torn Country and invested in Uganda, Kenya and his home country of South Sudan. Malong has more than 100 wives.
Malong has fell out with his former ally and boss President Salvar Kiir and when he came to Kenya, he was seeking treatment after he reportedly collapsed in Juba and President Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto are among those who visited him at Nairobi Hospital on December 23rd and 24th last year.
In April this year, (2018) Malong launched a rebel group in South Sudan from Nairobi. United Nations describe him as a dangerous man and how such a man is being given State protection while living in the opulent Nyari Estate is the question in the minds of well meaning Kenyans.
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When he was appointed as the Chief of General Staff of the military in April 2014, he became the real power behind the throne in Juba, according to multiple reports.
He is believed to be behind the mess in Juba. His forces are the ones who started the fighting at the presidential palace on July 8. He has been very vocal against the peace agreement and the formation of the transitional government.
He is accused of sneaking in a large number of Dinka militias to destabilize the implementation of the peace agreement negotiated by the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD).
His children school in some of the best private academies in Kenya, including a famous one in Machakos County.
But Nairobi is just one of the regional capitals he escapes to for a break from the civil war in South Sudan.
Some of his many wives live in Kenya but others are in South Sudan and Kampala.
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