Talk about successful business owners, or billionaires in Kenya and Chris Kirubi will definitely be on the list.
At 80 years, the Kenyan business magnate has managed to build an empire spanning into investments, manufacturing, media, and real estate. This makes him one of the richest people in Kenya.
With a net worth of about Sh40 billion, Chris Kirubi has had the rare opportunity of acquiring some of the most expensive things life can offer.
In this segment, we’ll look at the top 10 expensive things Chris Kirubi owns.
- Vipingo Ridge Villa.
Chris Kirubi owns this Vipingo Ridge Villa which incorporates a Scandinavian aesthetic. Before purchasing the villa and redesigning it, Erwin Overkamp, a director at Living Life Design, owned it. This is a dream home indeed. The mansion boasts 5 private bedrooms, en-suite with every room having a balcony and terrace, and an infinity pool. The master bedroom is a piece of magic on its own as it incorporates state-of-the-art designs making it timeless and elegant.
- Mansion in Benhard Estate.
Covered with a nicely mown lawn and green space, the mansion which is of a rare design accommodates lavish rooms, a swimming pool, and mahogany detailed guard rails. It’s not quite known how much Kirubi parted with to acquire the mansion but it is definitely worth a lot of money.
- Mercedes Maybach.
Dubbed the first Kenyan to own a Mercedes Maybach, Chris Kirubi is an owner of this German machine. The car boasts as the most luxurious car in the Mercedes Benz brand. The car is said to have cost him more than Sh40 million including taxes. It is classy and worth the price. The Maybach captured the glance of many during the official inauguration of the two rivers mall, as it was on full display.
- Bentley Bentayga.
In his car collection, Chris Kirubi also has a flagship luxury vehicle known as the Bentley Bentayga worth Sh38 million. Bentley Bentayga claims the spot as the world’s finest luxury sedan. Kirubi has further customized the car to the tune of about Sh5 million bringing the worth of the car to about Sh43 million.
- Mercedes Benz M Class.
Purchased at over Sh8 million, this German machine is one of the most luxurious SUVs in the Kenyan market. The car is part of Kirubi’s fleet of expensive cars. One unique thing about all his cars is that they have personalized number plates.
- Expensive suits.
Chris Kirubi reportedly owns Brioni suits tailored in Italy. Brioni suits are designed to represent power, success and money. One Brioni suit can cost between Sh 840,000 to about Sh2.3 million. Just like Kirubi, Ahmednassir Abduallahi also rocks Brioni suits averaging about Sh 1.2 million.