Everyone dreams of being rich. However, most people do not get to live their dream because of the ever-increasing cost of living. If you want to get rich in Kenya in a short amount of time, your best bet is to start a business. This is because you will be able to earn more money without depending on a specified amount of income.
Below are some businesses that can make you a millionaire in Kenya.
1. Internet Provider.
Currently, most Kenyans are keen on reliable Internet. This is because purchasing bundles is quite expensive as it requires a lot of money. Since most people have smartphones and computers, selling the Internet in the form of wifi is quite profitable. There are a lot of upcoming companies that are selling the Internet in Kenya. However, most of them are only concentrated in Nairobi meaning that it can make a killing from the business.
2. Poultry Farming.
Most people like to take animal products in Kenya. This means that there is a high chance of you making a killing from the poultry business. Currently, the demand for eggs and meat is quite high meaning that there are a lot of millions to be made from the business.
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