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Meet 5 Richest Young Kenyans Under 40 Years Making Millions

Kenya is home to some of the wealthiest people. Apart from its wealthy class some of whom have been featured in Forbes list and other financial ranking. Here are some of the richest Kenyans entrepreneurs under 40.

1. Eugene Mbugua

This young entrepreneur, 26 under his company Young Rich Television Limited has produced several popular television shows, among them; Get InThe Kitchen; Stori Yangu and Our Perfect Wedding.

He is also the founder of My Yearbook Kenya Limited, a company that produces yearbooks for schools, companies and governmental organizations.

2. June Syowia

June Syowia is the CEO of Beiless Group Limited, a technology and digital solutions, media buying and branding, communication and marketing services company.

Greatest milestone for her is part of the 2018 Forbes 40 Under 40 is my biggest milestone so far.

3. Paul Kihiko

Paul Kihiko‘s entrepreneurship journey is a typical proof that any business idea can thrive if the right instruments and strategies are put in place.

He is the Founder of Wing It Nairobi, a restaurant that specializes in the sales of chicken wings in Nairobi, Kenya.

4. Anerlisa Muigai

Anerlisa Muigai is the eldest daughter of Keroche Breweries founder and owner, Tabitha Muigai Karanja. She launched her own company, Nero Limited, which manufactures premium drinking water.

5. Rajiv Mehta

Rajiv Mehta is one of Kenya's most promising young entrepreneurs, he is the founder of Tangerine Investments an outdoor advertising firm that uses public transit vehicles, litter bins and street poles to market leading consumer goods in Kenya.

The multi million dollar company was founded in 2008 and its client base consists of local businesses in Kenya and multinational companies like Coca Cola, HP, Kenya Airways, Subway among others.

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