The political grandeur has a number of affluent people, the majority of them take home at least Ksh 1 million per month. In this piece, Kdrtv makes an appearance in some of the politicians that drive expensive cars.
An armoured Mercedes-Maybach S-Class Pullman is used by President Uhuru. This vehicle is ranked among the most expensive vehicles in the entire globe. The specifics of the security measures installed on his limousine are regarded as "secret."
The limousine's twin-turbocharged V12 engine, which has 530 brake horsepower, allows it to reach a top speed of 160 kilometres per hour.
A Mercedes-Maybach S600 currently costs more than $20 million. In addition, Uhuru has a large number of vehicles, including Range Rovers and Mercedes G waggons.
Despite owning a multitude of vehicles, the self-described hustler's clerk is typically seen driving a Toyota Lexus LX. Between Ksh8,638,000 and Ksh9,140,000 is how much this car costs.
The car is equipped with a full-time four-wheel drive system, an eight-speed computerised transmission, and a 5.7-liter V8 engine that produces 383 horsepower and 403 pound-feet of torque. DP Ruto also operates a Mercedes-Benz S-class and a Toyota V8.
The ODM leader is typically seen driving either a brownish Land Cruiser V8 or a white Range Rover game. The former high minister was returning from a global trip in 2016 when this car was shot at.
The most flamboyant flesh presser in the nation is perhaps the former governor of Nairobi. Despite the fact that he owns multiple automobiles, the Cadillac Escalade stands out. The car is produced in the United States and is frequently seen in movies. The price of the car ranges from Ksh eight million to Ksh fifteen million depending on the year of construction.
The speaker of the National Assembly drives a Mercedes Benz S500 that is exceptionally nice and costs Ksh 10 million.
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