President Uhuru Kenyatta’s youngest son, Muhoho, caused drama over the Easter weekend at Club Milan in Westlands. The Presidents son was partying with friends when he evicted some members of parliament from the lavis club’s VIP lounge.
According to eye-witnesses at the club, the President’s son used police to evict the MPs, who were enjoying their drinks at the VIP lounge.
Among those evicted by Muhoho Kenyatta was Saboti Member of Parliament Hon Caleb Amisi. In his protest against the eviction, Hon Amisi said as quoted:
“Uhuru son Muhoho cause trouble in club Milan Westlands demanding to occupy vip place by using police force, forcing management to evict us by force,an elected mp , despite us having paid fully for VIP. what about common people?”
Youth leader protests
A Ford Kenya party youth leader and close confidant of Bungoma Senator Moses Wetangula condemned the incident. He wondered why the Government allows Muhoho Kenyatta to move around with police harassing innocent people.
“TeamUhuruKIBICHO has allowed Muhoho Kenyatta to roam from club to club with Extra Security to frustrate VERY IMPORTANT PEOPLE including my Area MP yet Our DP DR Sugoi has been left with 2 SECURITY OFFICERS only….KWELI HUU NI UNGWANA KWELI MY FRIENDS FROM THE RIFT? The youth leader protested.
The high end club is very popular with rich kids, wealthy fraudsters disguised as businessmen and Kenyan politicians
One million Kenya shillings in night club
Muhoho Kenyatta is a well known party maniac. He frequents high end clubs in Nairobi and blows cash. One time he was on the spot for spending Ksh 1 million in a popular night Club where he was partying with Ruto’s son Nick and Raila Odinga’s son, Raila Junior.
This is not the first time the president’s son has been accused of using his father’s power to harass revelers in clubs. On one occasion, he reportedly assaulted a journalist at Mercury Lounge club in Westlands. He allegedly claimed to be untouchable
In all instances where the president’s son, causes drama in clubs, his security team ensures that there are no photos taken. Any information leaked to the media gets killed before publication.