People have come from humble backgrounds to living like kings. There are some few celebrities who moved from the lowest rank in the society and are now living a luxurious lives. Some celebrities like Ken Wa kuraya have a story to tell from how life was tough then.
He went to an extent of sleeping in streets and where also feeding his own stomach was a great problem. Samido is another star who have a story of humble back ground. President Mwai Kibaki who is now retired was a matatu tout.
A celebrity known as Charles Njagua Kanyi is a Kenyan Celebrity who came from a humble background. He is a Kenyan musician we ho made a hit known as " kigeugeu".He is also an entrepreneur as well as a philanthropist. He once worked as a matatu tout so as to earn a living. He was raised by a single mother until the age of eleven years and his mother died.
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