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6 Richest Kids In Kenya

Is life fair or unfair? Its a question that has left many wonder what they are supposed to do. If you are lucky enough your parents could leave you a fortune. If not, you have to really struggle until you make it. The followings are the richest kids in Kenya:

1. Alvin Kabogo.

He is the son of the former Kiambu governor ,William Kabogo. In Instagram,he has been spotted in private jets and yatches. He has every luxury and expensive thing money could buy.

2. Anerlisa Muigai.

If your parents are wealthy,chances of you becoming rich is easy and simple. Anerlisa Muigai is enjoying her life in the best way she can. Her mum is the chief executive officer of Keroche Breweries, Tabitha Karanja.

3. Ian Waiguru.

Despite her mum,Kirinyaga governor,Anne Waiguru accusations being involved in NYS money scandal. Ian is living a poshy life that most young men would love to.

4. Saumu Mbuvi.

Saumu Mbuvi is the daughter of the former Nairobi governor Mike Mbuvi commonly known as Sonko. If Mike Sonko can do what we have seen him doing with the Mike Sonko rescue team,what do you expect with his own daughter? He can do all things possible just to make her happy and satisfied.

5.Muhoho Kenyatta.

Even from his second name anyone can easily tell that this kid has all it takes to enjoy all the luxurious things he wants to. Having his father as the president of Kenya makes him in a better position to be what many would want to.

6. Nick Rutto.

He is the son to to the Vice President of Kenya,Doctor William Rutto. He is known to have fun with his friends like Muhoho Kenyatta. His father's fortune basically lies on his shoulder.

Having parents with alot of money can make their kids have a social public attraction. Whenever they are spotted anywhere people tend to find out what are they eating,drinking,driving or even wearing.

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