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Meet 5 Richest Kenyan Celebrities With Good Amounts of Money

Secular music in the Middle Ages included love songs, political satire, dances, and dramatical works, but also moral subjects, even religious but just not for church use.

Most and many common people sing songs together for entertainment. Music styles were changed by secularization.

Below are some of the richest artists in kenya.


Esther Akoth, popularly known as Akothee, is a Kenyan Musician and businesswoman.She is the founder of Akothee Safaris, Akothee Foundation, Aknotela and Akothee Homes, a real estate business.

Akothee is arguably the richest artist in Kenya if claims her manager, Nelson Oyugi, made are true. According to Oyugi, the energetic singer net worth is $6.1 million


Kelvin Kioko Bahati, popularly known as Bahati is an award-winning Kenyan Gospel artist as well as a reality TV star.

Bahati Estimated Net Worth in 2021 $15 million.

3. Nadia Mukami

Nadia Mukami was born on 9 November 1996. She is a Kenyan singer and songwriter, known for her hit singles "Si Rahisi", and "Radio Love", featuring Arrow Bwoy.

She is one of the Richest Pop Singer who was born in Kenya. She also has a position among the list of Most popular Pop Singer. Nadia Mukami is 1 of the famous people in the database with the age of 22 years old.

4.King Kaka

Kennedy Ombima was born on 7 May 1987. He is better known by his stage names King Kaka and Rabbit, is a Kenyan rapper.

King Kaka Net Worth is estimated at $1.5 million. He is one of the richest rappers in Kenya.

5.Khaligraph Jones

Brian Ouko Robert, was born on 12 June 1990. He is popularly known by his stage name Khaligraph Jones and often referred to as "Papa Jones" is a Kenyan rapper known for his hit singles "Yego" and "Mazishi".

Khaligraph Jones has an estimated net worth of Ksh40 million which is equivalent to $367,816.09 USD.

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