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103 Years Old Man Who Was Given the Keys to Nairobi City and Why

In the year 1930, two young fellows moved from a little town in Murang'a district and chose to move to the city of Nairobi to search for a day to day existence. At the point when they two young fellows Gerald Gikonyo and Gerishon Kirima showed up in Nairobi, the main business they could participate in was selling vegetables.

The account of the two young fellows is one that is loaded sincerely and one of the most incredible examples of overcoming adversity of this country. The two young fellows began Hawking vegetables and furthermore selling charcoal.

With this sort of assurance, their business was developing and they chose to set up a lodging. Later on the two young fellows shaped the Rwathia Group.

Through the Rwathia Group, the two young fellows purchased a few plots of land in the city of Nairobi. Through the gathering, they had the option to fabricate a portion of the known business structures in the city of Nairobi.

Mzee Gerald Gikonyo is presently the leftover accomplice of the venture is one of the known head honchos in the country.

Rwathia venture stays to be one of the speculation Groups with over 100,000 workers around the country. The endeavour possesses a few business structures in different urban communities and towns in the country.

Back in 2017, the region administration of Nairobi under the authority of the then Governor Kidero chose to perceive the elderly person by providing him with 'the keys of the city of Nairobi' on account of his commitment towards the development of the city of Nairobi.

In the function that was gone to by president Uhuru Kenyatta, the man was depicted by the president as a diligent and decided man.

The president conceded that it was Mzee Gerald and those of his age that changed the whole state of the city of Nairobi and for that reason such men must be regarded.

Peter Munga who is the executive of Equity bank is one of the individuals from the Rwathia Investment Group.

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