Apparently, Citizen TV news anchors and senior reporters are not allowed to board matatus when going to work. This means that the highly paid individuals are forced to buy some high end machines for transport services.
Here are some of the high end cars that are owned by Citizen TV reporters,
This machine is worth well over 10 million Kenya shillings. Jeff Koinange is one of the most important names at the station and given his monthly salary, this car suits him. He also owns another benz that can be easily confused with president Uhuru Kenyatta’s personal ride.
2015 BMW X5.
This car is owned by Victoria Rubadiri. The car has a reputation of being stylish but not flashy. Among the luxury features found in this car are, stylish interior and a commanding presence. It is worth well over 8 million Kenyan shillings.
Toyota Land Cruiser V8.
The car that even the notorious matatu drivers are afraid of. It’s high cost of maintenance makes the regular citizen respect the owners of this vehicle. Rashid Abdallah and his wife Lulu Hassan drives this car.
Toyota Prado TX.
It is an all wheel drive car owned by Yvonne Okwara. It is also a car that most Kenyan politicians like to use when moving around the country. It is also an expensive car and has a high fuel consumption rate.
Mercedes Benz E-350.
Lilian Muli is the proud owner of an all black Benz E-350. Some notable features of this car includes, air springs, a surround view camera, self parking system and the car can steer itself as long as the driver applies a light grip on the steering. Those are some of the heavy machines owned by Citizens tv anchors. This car is worth over four million Kenyan shillings and it is not the only one she owns.
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