It is said that the love between a man and his cars can only be felt by those who have experienced it, thus the thirst by these men to experience that specific machine love.
It is hard to separate a man from his car and that is the reason why these men have decided to show their love by going only for the best cars in the market.
The extremes that they go to, to get custom made features in their machines is amazing but we must agree that the cars are worth every penny.
Check out 5 Kenyans whose cars can fund your whole life budget, your villages CDF and still remain with some substantial pocket change.
Jaguar F Coupe
Former Governor for Kiambu county, William Kabogo, is known not only for his vocality but for his great love for classy cars and motor bikes. He has on several occassions been spotted riding in them but among his collection, the Jaguar F Coupe, wins the prize.
The car is said to have made him cough Sh 9 million plus. The vehicle is known for its comfort and its luxury interior. Among the car’s noticeable special features are the sports seats. The vehicle is estimated to cost Sh9 million.
2015 Ferrari 458 Italia Convertible
The Mombasa governor a.k.a 001 a.k.a Sultan a.k.a King of Beard Gang Joho is mostly known for his top notch sense of fashion. Ali Hassan Joho is not left behind when it comes to the cars department. The eye candy of a governor boasts of owning a 2015 Ferrari 458 Italia Convertible 26 Million worth machine.
This kind of cash is enough to fund a whole village for a few months.
Rolls Royce Ghost
Although quiet and very reserved Juma Maulid owns one of the most expensive cars in Kenya. Although he owns a fleet of other luxury machines, this particular one had him cough out a cool KSh 30.2m ( before tax and duty – meaning it is almost double that after tax). This is not even lanes my brothers and sisters, it is planes. As in P.L.A.N.E.S.
This vehicle, sorry, this monster of a machine went viral days before people found out who has bought it. We all came to find out it is owned by none other than businessman Chris Kirubi. Guys, continue with your lanes for Vitz and subarus. This other lanes are for Bentleys.
The car is estimated to be worth Sh38 million, but given the fact that he wanted it custom made it cost him more than Ksh 40 million.
Barry Ndengeye is a known entrepreneur and the owner of a popular nightclub. He is also the owner of a lime green Rolls Royce Phantom worth Ksh 36 million after tax. He boast of an expensive car collection including a Maserati, Hummer, Range Rover, Ferrari, and Mercedes among other monster machines.