KENYA'S SUPER RICH FAMILIES: THE SCHOOLS THEY TAKE THEIR CHILDREN AND WHO THEY MARRY...SEE WHO IS IN THE LIST OF THE CHOSEN FEW!!
sang ‘Lift Up Your Hearts’ school song at the prestigious Hilton College and its old rival, Michaelhouse in KwaZulu Natal Midlands, South Africa.
Jomo has interest in music production. In 2011, Jomo was an intern at Johari Cleff Studios owned by Bruce Odhiambo, who was his father’s classmate at St Mary’s School, Nairobi. Muhoho ‘Mo’ Kenyatta, recently showcased his designs at the 2013 Kenya Fashion Week.
‘Mo’ is head of production at Nomadic Kenya, a fashion line he founded with friends from Peponi School including Royal Media Services MD’s son Waruru Wachira as the head of marketing.
Nomadic makes their clothes from Khangas, and these include trousers, harems and shorts.
When not following their hearts, their parent’s influences plays a part too.
Kenya Airways CEO Titus Naikuni’s son, Tatiya Tukero, studied mathematics in the UK, but is also currently taking flying lessons.
Some steer clear of daddy’s career path.
Raila Odinga’s daughter, Rosemary Odinga studied social criminal justice at Howard University between 2002 and 2004. She then worked at Buckle Up America, a road safety outfit, in between renovating and selling old houses.
Raila’s youngest daughter Winnie graduated with a degree in political science at the Drexel University in Philadelphia, USA. Afterwards she worked at the Western Union as a social marketer and discovered that she had a love for marketing. She enrolled for her MBA at the University of Dallas from 2004 to 2006.
And so it goes with inter-breeding. Former Bungoma Senator Moses Wetangula’s daughter Sylvia is married to fellow lawyer Steve Biko Adema, a relative of the Odingas.
The rich know cheap is expensive in the long run, especially if ignorance is on the cards. Their schooling thus costs pretty penny. Take Brookhouse where pre-schoolers pay Sh24, 000 per day. It costs Sh450,000 per year for a two-year old child while boarding and tuition in senior years that is 12-13 is Sh700,000.
This excludes Sh18,000 per term for individual music lessons and hiring...
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