President Uhuru Kenyatta is undoubtedly one of the richest people in Africa and even the world. Apart from the wealth acquired from his family, Uhuru Kenyatta also owns several businesses in various sectors and here is the list of these ventures that you should know.
the multi-billion business class hotel chain is known as Heritage Hotels
Peponi schools, a global chain of schools that charge an AVERAGE OF Ksh620,000/= per term per child for Borders.
CBA A big regional bank with an Asset base of 75.4 billion
Chartis previously AIG with a market share of 5%
Brookside and Spin Knit
Large-scale tea, coffee and Sisal farming concerns, own farms in Central, Rift Valley and coast regions
7. Media Industry
Mediamax Group Ltd, owns K24 TV, the people Newspaper, Kameme Fm, Meru Fm and Milele Fm
8. Enke limited
A holding company with investments in an assortment of sectors that combine Prime and Real Estate
9. Timber & manufacturing
Timsales Holdings, A timber processing and constructing firm.
10, 000-acre Gichea Farm in Gatundu.
5, 000 acres in Thika.
24, 000 acres in Taveta
9,000 acres in Kasarani Mwiki
5, 000-acre Muthaita Farm.
50, 000 acres in Taita,
29, 000 acres in Kahawa Sukari adjacent the Nairobi—Thika highway extending all the way to Kilimambogo Hills in Ukambani.
10,000-acre ranch in Naivasha
52,000-acre farm in Nakuru
20,000-acre one, also known as Gichea Farm,
10, 000 acres in Rumuruti,
40,000 acres in Endebes in the Rift Valley Province
Brookside Farm, Njagu Farm in Juja, Green Lee Estate, a quarry in Dandora in Nairobi.
1. Great Rift Valley Lodge, Naivasha
2. Tented Camps
3. Mara Explorer
4. Mara Intrepids
5. Samburu Intrepids
6. Voyager Ziwani
7. Beach Hotels
8. Kipungani Explorer
9. Voyager Beach Resort