If you experience financial crisis, don’t think even your neighbor does because you lack the very idea to know what is contained in their accounts. This country, has been for a long time, ‘ran’ by several billionaire heads but altogether behind the scene but who too, keep a low profile in order to hide who they are to the public.
These billionaires who run Kenya from behind the scene are:
1. Pius Ngugi. This billionaire owns the companies regarded to be the most major exporter of macadamias, The Kenya Nuts Company. Also, he owns the Thika Coffee Mills and he is said to also own, Amazon Motors and Sweet and Winery Manufacturing companies. Ngugi was born in Kiambu County on 8 March 1944. He is married to Josephine Wambui Ngugi and Esther M Passaris, together they have four children; Angeline, Mbugua, Louise, Makenna and Miki.
2. Francis Mburu is a billionaire who kept a low profile till the Ruaraka Land Saga. Before that, none could fathom or assimilate that the beast owned more than 40 companies in the country for his own.
3. Jimmy Richard Wanjigi was born on 1st September in 1962. He came into existence after the death of business man Jacob Juma and also who was his in law. He is the CEO of Kwacha Group of Companies a privately family company with interests in several sectors of Kenya’s economy.
4. Amin Nanji Juma is one of the richest man in the Nairobi Stock of Exchange. He is said to own more than 14 million shares of East Africa’s Media Power House.
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