KENYAN SUPER RICH FAMILIES: THE SCHOOLS THEY TAKE THEIR CHILDREN AND WHO THEY MARRY...SEE WHO IS IN THE LIST OF THE CHOSEN FEW!!










The super-rich, as American writer F Scott FitzGerald told us, are different from me and you. You don’t hang out with them, the closest being a magazine feature you read, the odd paparazzi snap you stared at, the TV news you watched. In any case, your parents, wizened by inflation and the vagaries of VAT, took you to Ndururuno Primary, Huruma, far from the exclusive academies they attended.

By the way, they do not pay what reads like kidney transplant fees in Kenya’s elite schools for sport. Neither do they graduate to Ivy League universities just to be ‘seen at.’

The exclusive schools, neighbourhood quarantined in affluent seclusion and sports club memberships, are part of preparing them to run the family empire, when not ensuring they marry among themselves away from the hoi polloi of the Third World.

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Economist Nidd Ngoro explains that this deliberate conditioning is meant “to ensure it is easier for them to grow into influence and maintain power and authority.”

Being snobs is no longer part of the curriculum for the privileged.
When Uhuru Kenyatta was inaugurated as President in March, daughter Ngina’s photos of her clubbing ways did the rounds on the Internet in a manner that suggested “she’s like one of us.”

Confidence and sense of entitlement is another trait that effortlessly rub’s off, making them chips of the old block. Remember Peter Kenneth’s Presidential launch and son Andrew Kenneth’s persuasive speech that captured the attention of Kenyans?
Andrew is yet to graduate with a degree in law and sociology from UK, and like his father join politics.
To execute an ‘Andrew moment,’ the Ndururuno Primary product has to...
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