Meet some of richest children of Kenyan politicians.
Some even want to to follow the footsteps of their parents and become politicians.
There are some Kenyan politicians who are very rich and wealthy and in that case, their children too have also taken over their riches, lifestyle and they do have lots of money that they splash and they live a very flashy lifestyle.
Therefore, in this article we will be looking at some of the richest children of Kenyan politicians who are really enjoying and living a wealthy life out there with their family money.
Some even are reportedly want to become politicians too and follow the footsteps of their parents. Some want to contest for the upcoming 2022 general elections.
See some of the richest children of these politicians;
1: Alvin Kabogo
Alvin does post some of photos on his Instagram account and he really shows how rich he is from the photos.
He runs with some of the best cars in the world and owns other expensive things like a yacht.
2: Ian Waiguru
This is the son of the Kirinyaga county governor Anne Waiguru.
He also dances on money and he is indeed very rich. He once posted a picture of himself on social media next to a Lamborghini.
3: Saumu Mbuvi
This is the daughter of the governor of Nairobi county Mike Sonko.
Just like the father, she is very much rich and lives a very wealthy lifestyle. She is currently married to a senator and together they have a a child.
4: Muhoho Kenyatta
This is the son of president Uhuru Kenyatta and he also lives like a real Boss.
There was once reports on social media that he paid a bill worth around 1.16 million Kenya shillings.
5: Nick Ruto
Like father like son. Nick Ruto is the son of the deputy president William Ruto and he too lives a very wealthy lifestyle. He is very rich just like his father and some years ago, he donated a huge amount of money in a church fundraiser.
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