During Kibaki's first term, the first two years saw all the scandals because guys who had financed the 2002 election campaign had to be repaid. And this term, it seems will be more of the same.
Grand Regency- sold at Ksh2bn under "private treaty", but this was the value in the 1990s. If you had bought plot in the 1990s (even 1999), today it'd be worth at least 2.5 times as much regardless of where you bought. Ask how I know, I bought some acres in Naromoru in the late 1990s for 100k each and its going for 250k. The assumption must be money was poured for the election campaigns in return for lower than market sale of Kenyans' assets.
Alcazar-It turns that a significant proportion of the FFI's in the Safaricom IPO were locals laundering their cash. Although my opposition to selling Safcom to foreigners most based on equality reasons, clearly stuff like this would have been harder to do.
And the worst of it. This will happen on both sides of the coalition...