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List Of Top Ten Highest Paid YouTubers In Kenya And How Much They Earn. Check Who Tops The List.

Below is a compiled list of the top 10 highest-earning Kenyan YouTubers in 2022.

Mungai Eve

YouTuber Eve Mungai was last year under siege by netizens after claiming she earns Sh1.5 million per month from the video streaming platform.


Currently, Njugush, a comedian whose real name is Timothy Kimani boasts 600,000 subscribers on his YouTube channel.


Commanding a YouTube subscriber count of over 582,000, it is no doubt the comedian-turned-politician makes millions from his channel.

Sauti Soul

Having garnered over 962,000 subscribers, Sauti Sol rakes in good money from their YouTube channel. Being one of the most celebrated music groups in Kenya, their YouTube channel is one of the highest earning channels with a myriad of video uploads


Crazy Kennar is one of the young fast rising Kenyan comedians who has stamped his name in the content-creating scene. His YouTube channel, which currently commands over 541,000 subscribers is a source of unending fun and laughter.


Desagu makes most of his profits from YouTube, and his endorsement deals which he has said are inspiring as they show that his hard work is paying off. His payments per month range from about Ksh 500,000.

Diana B

Diana is no doubt one of the highest paid YouTubers in Kenya with a current subscriber count of 779,000. Her YouTube channel generates between Sh400,000 to Sh1 million per month.

Otile Brown

Otile Brown became the first Kenyan artiste to garner 1 million subscribers on YouTube, which was a milestone that saw the artiste grow in net worth. The average YouTuber with 1 million subscribers typically makes roughly Sh6 million a month.


Bahati became the second Kenyan artiste to acquire over 1 million YouTube subscribers. His YouTube channel currently has 1.06M subscribers and is said to take home about Sh500,000.



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