1. Alvin Kabogo
Kiambu Governor William Kabogo is moneyed and enjoys a lavish lifestyle as demonstrated by making it rain on his supporters during the election period. And it rubs off on Alvin Kabogo.
Alvin is the youngest son to Kiambu Governor Kabogo and the brother to Andrew Kabogo.just like Kabogo, Kabogo Junior likes to stunt like his daddy, he is a big spender who parties in a limo and looks like he really does enjoy the good life.
In addition he studies at the University of Brighton where international student pay from around £12,330 (1,275,728) to £14300 (1,479,554) per year depending on which course and which level of education you are undertaking.
2. Anerlisa Muigai
She is the daughter to Keroche Breweries founder and CEO Tabitha Karanja who was last year named the Businesswoman of the Year in the CNBC Africa All Africa Business Leaders Awards.
Anerlisa owns her own company Nero which sells ‘Executive Water’ that is normally found in high end places and costs around 300 for a bottle of water.
Anerlisa is a huge fan of high end products and designers such as Tom Ford, Salvatore Ferragam, Coco Chanel. She is a fan of Lar Mer, a high-end cosmetics brand owned by Estée Lauder. Product prices range from $80-$1400.She owns high –end cars among them a Mercedes-Benz CLS 500, Range Rover and Bentley. CONTINUE READING PAGE 2