You know how some of the celebrities that have the testimony of ‘from grass to grace’? This is not the case.
In Kenya, there are a handful of rich kids whose wallets are big because of their own hard work and they prove to be responsible and not fully depending on their rich parents.
Here are some rich celebrity children who are now bosses in their realm, managing companies and business at a young age;
Muhoho Kenyatta– he is President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta’s son. As expected, a president’s sons at his age should be managing something and he does not disappoint. He is not camera shy like his other siblings and when it comes to having fun, no one comes close.
Nick Ruto: – the photocopy of his dad, Nick is the Deputy President William Ruto’s son. As an advocate of the High court, he is doing well for himself. Though as labelled the DP ‘from rags to riches’. He is said to be following his dad’s steps. His source of wealth on entrepreneurship.
Saumu Mbuvi -the name ‘Mbuvi’ speaks out for itself. Saumu is the daughter of the Nairobi county Governor Mike Sonko. Having a rich dad she is envied by many. Saumu has always been at the forefront in fighting for women who have been in abusive relationships. Since she has had an experience with her baby daddy.
Anerlisa Muigai– Being the daughter to Keroche Breweries CEO Tabitha Karanja says it all. She is the CEO of Nero Company Ltd which produces the Executive Still Water brand. Anerlisa is said to be one of the women that their social media shouts glamour and elegance from real wealth.
Ian Waiguru – He is the son to Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru. He came to limelight after spotting a picture of himself posing next to a Lamborghini. Which was said to be his. Can your son even?
Rue Baby– She is singer Esther Akothee’s second conceived daughter. Rue Baby is a Kenyan Model and an online networking character. Her genuine name is Celine Dion Okello. She is now a researcher and said to be into fashion. Rue is one of the Kenyan young celebrity’s children who realizes how to bring in cash other than their parent’s influence.