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5 Top Most Kenyan Billionaires Who Attended Little Known High Schools.

Here is a list of five Kenyan tycoons who attended little known high Schools but have been inducted into privileges and have now proved that no matter the circumstances, no human is limited.

1. SK Macharia.

Born in Ndakaini Village in Murang'a County, Macharia worked hard and Rose to top of the food chain. He attended Ndakaini primary school before moving to Gituru Intermediate School from where he transitioned to Kahuhia Teachers Training College.

He is now the proud founder of citizen TV and Royol Media Services (RMS).

2. Simon Gicharu.

Gicharu foundation were rooted in village Schools where he attended Kiawairia primary school and later Gathiruini Secondary School. He moved to Murang'a High School for his O - levels.

His parents were peasant farmers and Gicharu, alongside his siblings, picked coffee at large commercial farms just to make ends meet.

Now he is the founder of Mt Kenya University. At the age of 46 years, Gicharu become the youngest Kenyan to have established a chartered university in the country.

3. Tabitha Karanja.

Born in Kijabe, her journey started at Bahati Girls Secondary School in Nakuru County. The institution is ranked as an extra county school.

After her education she secured an employment at the ministry of tourism and an accountant clerk. In 1997, she joined forces with her husband to launch Keroche Breweries Company.

4. Peter Munga.

Born in 1943, Munga founded Equity Building Society (EBS) in his hometown of Kangema in 1984 before it become Equity Group Holdings Limited on December 31, 2014.

Prior to all that success, he had his business foundation started at Gaichanjiru High School in Kangema Constituency before joining the University of Nairobi.

The 77 years old worked also an assistant secretary at the ministry of water before he resigned in 1993.

5. James Mwangi.

He attended Nyagatugu Primary School in Kangema Village before heading to Ichagaki Secondary School on a government scholarship. He then transferred to Kangema High School for A - levels in English and Literature and Geography and proceed to the University of Nairobi for Bachelor of Commerce.

James Mwangi, has risen to the top echelons of the banking industry and runs Equity Bank, which has consistently been ranked as the best bank for 10 years.

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Kenyan Mt Kenya University Murang'a County Ndakaini Village SK Macharia

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