Check out Kenyans whose cars can fund your whole life budget – List

Today, we take a look at some of the most expensive cars that have hit our Kenyan roads thanks to our classy celebrities.

Chris Kirubi

The Kenyan billionaire owns a collection of cars, one of them being a Bentley worth about Ksh 30 million after it was customized exclusively to his desires.

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Ben Kangangi

The young millionaire flaunts his Porshe by having his name emblazoned as the number plate. The car is worth an estimated Ksh 29 million.

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The female musician flaunts one of her cars Mercedes SLS (AMG, GT) worth approximately Ksh 30 million

Evans Kidero

The former Nairobi county Governor was spotted in the streets with his Phantom Rolls Royce worth Ksh 40million.

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Governor Kidero’s Phantom Rolls Royce worth Ksh 40million.

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Mombasa Governor flaunts his Ksh 40 million Ferrari in the streets as he poses for a photo from a fan.

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Samia Barry

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The billionaire owns a car yard full of luxurious cars like the green Lamborghini, Bugatti among others.


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Jaguar owns a couple of nice cars like his Range Rover and the Jaguar XJ, approximately worth Ksh 7 million each.

Barry Ndengeye

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 boasts of an expensive car collection including a Maserati, Hummer, Range Rover, Ferrari, and Mercedes among other monster machines.

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Barry Ndengeye’s car collection
 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 occasions 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.

William Kabogo's Jaguar F Coupe
William Kabogo’s Jaguar F Coupe

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Forget Okoth Obado’s mansion worth more than Ksh100 million ,here is Sonko’s million dollar mansion(PHOTOS)

Trouble seems to be following Migori governor Okoth Obado following the fate of campus girl Sharon Otieno.

Insight into the cause and motive of her death has unearthed the soft underbelly under which Okoth has been operating on even as she was laid to rest on Friday.

Despite his calm and collected nature Obado has been accused of milking  Migori County Government dry.

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According to EACC documents filed in court, Obado and his associates registered about 30 companies soon after he became governor through which they have pocketed Sh2.5 billion in “fictitious” contracts.

It has also newly built palatial home estimated to be worth more than Sh100 million located at Uriri.

 Migori Governor Okoth Obado's rural home.Photo Courtesy

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Others named as the governor’s associates who have allegedly benefited from fraudulent deals include Joram Opala Otieno, Patroba Ochanda Otieno, Beatrice Akinyi Ogutu and Kennedy Odhiambo Akello.

He is still in remand as he awaits appearing in court for the hearing of Sharon Otieno’s murder.

Among other politicians living in Mansions worth millions include,Evans Kidero,William Ruto,

1.William Ruto

The Deputy President is living in the Sh450 million official residence for a deputy president in Karen, Nairobi.

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2.Evans Kidero’s home


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Meet Ex Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero’s son

A photo of the son to former Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero is doing rounds online.

The rare picture of his grown son has emerged after he was arrested last night, just moments after the court released his father on bail.

Ronald Kidero was briefly held at Central police station, before he was locked up at Gigiri police station for the night.

His father also spent the second night at Integrity Centre because his lawyers were not able to process his Sh2 million bail on time.

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Ronald Kidero

Police sources told the Star that Ronald, who runs the Kidero Fundation, was arrested for selling adulterated fuel. Ronald is associated with a petrol station along Kiambu Road.

“Someone complained that he fuelled in that petrol station and his car got spoilt. We are likely to charge him with malicious damage to property,” a CID officer told the Star.

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Earlier in the day, his father denied three counts of corruption-related offences.

According to The Star Kidero was taken to court at about 9am, but took plea to the charges at 3.17pm because the prosecution was trying to arrest other suspects to be charged together with the former Governor.

He walked into courtroom number one at 2.30pm wearing a dark blue suit with a light sky blue shirt and maroon tie with a matching pocket square. Kidero sat pensively in the dock as his lawyers addressed the court on delays in charging him.

Former Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero is led to a courtroom on three counts of corruption-related offences, August 9, 2018. /COLLINS KWEYU

Lead lawyer Tom Ojienda complained about inordinate delay in charging the former Nairobi City boss, saying it amounted to violation of his client’s rights.

He said the prosecution, through delaying tactics, denied his client an opportunity to seek bail at the point of arrest which is permissible under the law.

Trial magistrate Douglas Ogoti directed state agencies to ensure they register pleas by 8.30am every time they bring an accused to court.

Kidero’s charges were read out at exactly 3.17pm.

The prosecution said the former Governor committed the offence of conspiracy leading to loss of public funds amounting to Sh213 million for services not rendered.

He was also accused of receiving benefits of Sh10 million from Lodwar Wholesalers Limited on September 11, 2014.

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Kidero faced another count of receiving Sh14 million from Lodwar Wholesalers Limited on August 29, 2014. He denied the charges.

Kidero was charged alongside Maurice Okere.

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Ojienda asked the court to grant them favourable bail terms. He asked the court to consider the fact that the two cannot abscond court hearing especially given Kidero’s public status and the ‘generic’ nature of the charges.

He said the case against his clients have serious political undertones and urged the court to take judicial note when a criminal process is politicised.

Ojienda said the two accused no longer work for the county government and therefore did not have access to any documents or employees that could make them interfere with witnesses.

The prosecution opposed the bail application, saying the right can be curtailed with compelling reasons.

Prosecutors said corruption-related cases should be treated as serious crimes, a reason they said warranted the denial of bail.

“We must root out this evil and if our brothers take the side of evil, we must root them out too. Corruption has been perpetrated by our forefathers and ourselves and that’s why we must shape up and deal with it,” Joseph Riungu said.

Kidero and Okere were to given a Sh2 million bail among other bond terms.

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Uhuru, Sonko eulogise Kidero’s father

Nairobi governor Dr. Evans Kidero has lost his father Mzee Johnson Kidero Agango who was undergoing treatment in India.

President Uhuru Kenyatta eulogised Mzee Agango saying,  “a humble, kind, generous and courageous elder, Mzee Agango was well respected in the community. He was a person of enormous influence and outstanding ability who had a singular sense of duty to his family and the nation at large.”

Nairobi sentaor Mike Sonko who also lost his father earlier in September offered his condolences to the governor, “may the lord give you and your family strength during this trying moment. Nairobi people are with you and your family in prayers our Governor. May the almighty Father rest Mzee’s soul in eternal.”

Governor Kidero and his father (photo shared by Mike Sonko)

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Evans Kidero Condoles With Mike Sonko’s Family

Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero on Wednesday evening visited Senator Mike Sonko to condole with him and his family following the death of the Senator’s father. Sonko’s father, Gideon Kioko died on Sunday night after a short illness and had been admitted to Intensive Care Unit at a Nairobi hospital.

The Governor shared the photos on social media saying, “This evening I visited Senator Mike Mbuvi Sonko’s Runda home to condole with him and his family following the death of his father.”


“Senator Sonko and I have vowed to continue working together for a better and prosperous Nairobi City!” Kidero added.

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