One of Kenya's largest ethnic groups, the Kalenjin, is well renowned for producing some of the nation's top athletes. Long distance running is a known activity for Rift Valley athletes.
The present leader of Kenya is one of the most powerful figures in the area.
The 8 richest business people from the Kalenjin community, according to a list created by whownskenya, are as follows:
Daniel Moi Family
The late Retired President Daniel Moi's family is one of the wealthiest in the nation. The family of Moi owns and manages a variety of businesses in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, agriculture, education, real estate, and others. Collins Kibet Toroitich, Moi's grandson, claims that his family has a net worth of more than KSh 300 billion.
Ruto, William Samoei
Unquestionably one of the wealthiest Kalenjin men is William Ruto, the deputy president of Kenya and better known by his stage name Hustler. Ruto has significant holdings in the hospitality sector, owning city hotels like the Weston in Nairobi, in addition to his monthly salary of Ksh 1,487,500, which excludes allowances.
Buzeki (Zedekiah Kiprop Bundotich)
The Buzeki Group of Companies, a conglomerate engaged in the processing and value addition of dairy products, is owned by Buzeki, a businessman, farmer, and politician. Additionally, the group provides transportation services, which are overseen by Buzeki Enterprises Limited.
Towett Moi Gideon Kipsiele
The former president's final child is Gideon Moi. He is a shareholder of Eagle Airlines, Chemusian Company, Fresh Produce Ltd., Siginon Freight, Car Track Kenya Ltd., First American Bank, Equatorial Bank, The Sasine Group of Farms, Cable and Wireless, Kent Ship Maritime, Sielei Properties Ltd., Giant Forex Bureau, Revak Ltd., Giant Holdings, Westfield International Ltd., Chesco Ltd., Hampstead Enterprises, Metipso Services Ltd., and Maternity Shop.
Joshua Kulei served as both the personal assistant and investment manager for former President Moi. Among other industries, his commercial interests include banking, with majority ownership in CFC Bank, Sovereign Group, Trade World Kenya, CMC Holdings, and Ngata Flower Farm Sian roses.
Mr. David Lang'at
A billionaire businessman from Kenya named David Lang'at is the founder and chairman of the DL Group of Companies. In addition to the Rift Valley region, the business also operates a number of tea factories in Tanzania.
Experienced politician and businessman Henry Kiprono Kosgey represented Tinderet Constituency in the legislature.
Jackson Kibor is a well-known farmer, businessman, and former politician from Uasin Gishu county in Kenya.
He is one of Kenya's richest businessmen, a former chairman of the KANU, and a close ally of former president Daniel Arap Moi.
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