Forget the fight in South Sudan, their leaders stay in earthly heaven in Nairobi. The Machar family owns palatial homes in Lavington and Runda estate while the people of South Sudan continue to fight in the World’s newest country.
When it comes to education, four of Salva Kiir’s grandchildren are reported to attend an expensive private school in Nairobi where the annual fee is Sh1 Million.If you have been puzzled by flashy cars on the streets of Nairobi bearing South Sudanese number plates, wonder no more.
Machar is not alone, the Chief of Staff of South Sudan’s army General Paul Malong Awan owns five luxury cars, including three new BMW sports utility vehicles. General Malong has an expansive home in the uptown estate of Nyari and was allegedly paid in a cash at a cost of Sh 150 Million.
According to reports Mr Kiir is paid Sh6 Million per year, which is about Sh500, 000 per month while Malong and Machar fall below him in the pay ladder. Well, look at their homes