President Uhuru Kenyatta has over the years maintained a clique of few close friends whereby many were his childhood friends to date. A good example is Stanley Kinyanjui, President Uhuru's close associate over the years. President Uhuru met Kinyanjui when they were kids since their fathers were close friends.
If you tour in any major town in the country, you can’t avoid the sight of towering billboards along the roads. These billboards play a major role in reaching out to the target audiences the easiest because one doesn’t need to have electricity or a television set or radio, only eyes are required and magic happens.
Advertising using billboards is among the popular means used by different cooperates in Kenya to advertise their products. The billboards are usually erected in most of our big towns in order to rich a huge number of people. According to some research, they concluded that about 71% of people who see the billboards usually remember the advert that was on it.
A list of influential and powerful people in the country shaping President Uhuru Kenyatta's succession plan finally revealed. According the Standard Publications, these people are keen on who will succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta come 2022 presidential elections. Among these people includes Equity Bank Founder Peter Munga, Royal Media Services CEO Sk Macharia, George Muhoho, Dr. Eddy Njoroge, Michael Waweru, Pius Ngugi and Stanley Kinyanjui.
President Uhuru Kenyatta just like other Kenyans cannot lack time to hang out with handful of friends whom include his political allies, childhood friends as well as his former classmates.Here are some of President Uhuru's clique or rather his "Boys Club" 1.
Around Nairobi and its environs, I bet you might have seen billboards advertising a wide range of products.Magnate Ventures, owned by Stanley Kinyanjui controls a large percent of the billboard marketing space.The company describes itself as the pioneer of outdoor advertising and focuses in signage and promotional materials, maintenance and installation of outdoor and indoor billboards, and event branding.
(Governor of Nairobi,Mike Mbuvi Sonko) Nairobi Governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko has been implicated in aiding tax fraud as letter reveals. In an anonymous letter that was written to the Kenya Revenue Authority on 24th April to expose tax fraud committed by Magnate Venture, an outdoor advertising agency. According to the letter Magnate Venture have more than 1200 billboards country wide, but in a deliberate attempt to evade tax and gain tax benefit the company has declared that it has only 100 billboards in Nairobi