Former President Daniel Arap Moi is known to keep his family life private even though most of his lives lead public leaves.
The fabulous lives of Daniel Moi’s little known daughters
They have maintained a very private life unlike their father and brothers
His youngest son, Gideon is the Baringo Senator while the fourth born, Raymond is the Member of Parliament for Rongai. His second born and first born son, Jonathan, is a retired sports rally driver while Philip, the perceived black sheep of the family has become the subject of a bitter divorce case.
However, Moi’s three daughters have received little attention despite belonging to one of the wealthiest and most famous families in the country.
Pulselive.co.ke did some research and established that the three little known Moi daughters lead private lives in the business worlds.
Jennifer Chemutai Kositany-Moi
She is the first born of Moi’s seven children.
She attended the Kenya High School and later furthered her studies in the US.
Ms Jennifer Jemutai Kositany and her Theta Tea Company were not privy to an agreement, in dispute between Mr Jacob Juma’s Mungore Farm and Eastern Produce.
The 64-year old is also a businesswoman with interests in the jewellery and farming sector.
She previously did business with the deceased tycoon Jacob Juma – a relationship that resulted in numerous court battles.
Doris Elizabeth Chepkorir Moi
She is Philip’s twin sister and also lives a very private life.
She married, against her father’s approval, the son of Moi-era politician Ibrahim Choge, Simon.
Ibrahim, who worked as her brother Jonathan's rally navigator, died in 1998 in a mysterious road accident.
She now lead a private life as a wealthy widow.
The last born of Moi’s children was adopted by the former President.
She attended Nairobi Primary, Kenya High School and then moved on to university in Canada.
She was active in her father’s 1992 and 1997 political campaigns, before retreating to her businesses in land, property agency and development.
June attended Nairobi Primary, Kenya High School before going to Canada for her university education.
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