Anne has three children from her first husband Tony Waiguru. The two lovebirds however parted ways and she is married to her new Husband Kamotho Waiganjo.
However, most Kenyan politicians choose to share their every move on social media, including the photos of their families and their wealth but Anne Waiguru prefers to keep her life private.
Waiguru's eldest son Ian, has managed to keep a low profile as he slowly charts his way up the entrepreneurial ladder. He owns an Ashton Martin, one of the most expensive cars in Kenya.
Ian is also the founder and CEO of an IT company by the name Something Inc. which mainly focuses on software development and creative solutions. He further houses two more of his projects which are Kila Kadi and Lion Arts. Kila Kadi is a business card replacement app while Lion Arts is a creative writing and illustrative publishing venture.
In addition, he is currently a student at Salford University in England.
However, being rich can be through inheritance or your own hard work. Kenyans work hard in school to get good paying jobs while others work hard in their businesses to ensure their business grow faster and get good profits. However, there are those kids of the rich people in Kenya who enjoy their parent’s fruits. Some of them are good as they start their own companies and other income generating assets across the country.
Here are some photos of Anne Waiguru family;
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