Kenya’s rich kids: These are the kids to Kenya’s millionaires and the country’s top leaders and businessmen and women. They live lavish lives, what others can only wish for.
Former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo is moneyed and enjoys a lavish lifestyle as demonstrated by making it rain on his supporters during the election period. And it rubs off on Alvin Kabogo.
Alvin is the youngest son to Kiambu Governor Kabogo and the brother to Andrew Kabogo. Just like his father, Kabogo Junior likes to stunt. He is a big spender who parties in a limo and looks like he really does enjoy the good life.
In addition he studies at the University of Brighton where international student pay from around £12,330 to £14300 per year depending on which course and which level of education you are undertaking.
Dubai, London, Spain, and Greece are just some of the places he visits during his summer breaks from Brighton University in the UK. For his 21st birthday, he went on a bender in Spain with a few close friends on a yacht.
She is the daughter to Keroche Breweries founder and CEO Tabitha Karanja who was once named the Businesswoman of the Year in the CNBC Africa All Africa Business Leaders Awards.
Anerlisa owns her own company Nero which sells ‘Executive Water’ that is normally found in high-end places and costs around 300 for a bottle of water.
Anerlisa is a huge fan of high-end products and designers such as Tom Ford, Salvatore Ferragam, Coco Chanel. She is a fan of Lar Mer, a high-end cosmetics brand owned by Estée Lauder. Product prices range from $80-$1400. She owns high–end cars among them a Mercedes-Benz CLS 500, Range Rover and Bentley.
She is the lovely daughter to Nairobi Governor, Mike Mbuvi Sonko, Kenya’s most flamboyant politician. Like her dad, the young girl like to live large, she is a politician of sorts (student leader at JKUAT Karen) and is generous as demonstrated by her giving out cash to a group of disadvantaged people while holidaying at the Coast over the Christmas period.
Their dad is president, their grandpa was president and their family owns one of Kenya’s biggest dairy companies, Brookside, they own Mediamax the media conglomerate that K24, People Daily, Kameme and Milele F.M are under, Heritage Hotels, Commercial Bank of Africa and large vast of land. The family reportedly owns some of the most expensive schools in the country namely Brookhouse and Peponi schools
It is said that the grandmother has a net worth of $1 billion and in 2011 Uhuru made it to position 26 by Forbes Africa’s rich list. They are also related to, George Muhoho is the former M.D of Kenya Airports Authority.
With so much money in the family, it’s no wonder they can afford to enjoy a bountiful lifestyle
The young Kiboro is the son to the Nation Media Group Chairman Wilfred Kiboro who was also a chairman at Standard Chartered bank before he left it for a top spot at Family Bank
When Jeff Kiboro married Wacuka Gichohi, the guest list included Zambian First Lady Thandiwe Banda, Ida Odinga and the late Fidel Odinga who was one of the groomsmen. Such people do not attend your wedding unless you are affluent and influential.
The younger sister to Southampton’s player Victor Wanyama leaves a flashy lifestyle, posting photos showing off her posh car and home. When she is not globetrotting to Europe, she is busy playing her favourite game, netball.
He is the son of former devolution and national planning cabinet secretary Anne Waiguru. Once spotted with a KSh 40 million car that his mother later said does not belong to him but a friends. In his 20s and driving an Aston Martin, it is a life that many would only imagine of. Kenya’s rich kids.