She is the daughter of Tabitha Karanja, the founder, and CEO of Keroche Breweries. Anerlisa owns her own business, Nero, and sells her "Executive Water". This is usually found in upscale locations and costs about Ksh 300 per bottle of water.
She is a big fan of high-quality products and designers such as Tom Ford, Salvatore Ferragamo, and Coco Chanel. She is a fan of La Mer, a luxury cosmetics brand owned by The Estée Lauder. Her product prices range from $ 80 to $ 1,400. She has high-quality cars such as the Mercedes-Benz CLS 500, Range Rover, and Bentley.
She is the charming daughter of Kenya's most glamorous politician, Mike Sonko. Like her father, she likes to live big and is generous, as shown by giving cash to a group of underprivileged people during a Christmas season beach vacation.
Ngina, Muhoho and Jomo Kenyatta
His father is the president, his grandfather was president, and his family owns one of Kenya's largest dairy companies. The family is rich and owns some of the most expensive schools in the country like the Brookhouse and Peponi.
Ian Waiguru is the eldest son of former Governor Anne Waiguru. At just 19 years old, he is a young entrepreneur, a progressive student who loves music, and runs his own business, Something Inc.
Ian is currently studying business, ICT, and math at Brookhouse School. And at the age of 18, he travels with Ashton Martin.
Young Kiboro is the son of Wilfred Kiboro, chairman of the Nation Media Group, who took a prominent position at Family Bank after serving as Chairman of Standard Chartered Bank.
When Jeff Kiboro married Wakka Gichohi, he included Zambian first lady Thandiwe Banda, Ida Odinga, and the late Fidel Odinga, as one of the grooms. These people will not attend your wedding unless you are rich and influential.
Alvin is the youngest son of former governor of Kiambu Kabogo and the brother of Andrew Kabogo. Kabogo Jr. likes to stunt like his father, is a rich man holding a limousine party, and seems to enjoy a really good life.
In addition, he is studying at Brighton University. There, the international student pays about Ksh 1.5 million shillings per year, depending on the course and level of education he receives.
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