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Kinyua Wairatu: Businessman Remembers Humble Rise From Street Cobbler to Company Director

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Wairatu, who is the director of Maono Lands Limited posted a heartwarming photo as a cobbler. Photo: Kinyua Wairatu.

Kinyua Wairatu, a renowned Kenyan businessman has shared his journey from a roadside cobbler to an established company owner.

Wairatu, who is the director of Maono Lands Limited posted a heartwarming photo with his grandfather in Dandora Phase 5.

The businessman praised God for the far he has brought him and urged his followers not to give up in life.

“Our ALMIGHTY GOD is Great. Let us always remember where God has gotten us from so that we always humble ourselves before HIM and say HE IS EBENEZER,

“This is Kinyua Wairatu back in Dandora Phase 5 where he was a shoe cobbler. On the right is my grandfather who was looking younger than me. Still, in that situation, I could afford a Soda. Whatever you are passing through let it not affect your heart,” he posted.

Wairatu shared the biblical story of King David and said even when someone is in a difficult situation they should not be bitter as no situation is permanent.

“David was alone in the jungle but the situation did not affect his personality. He was able to face Goliath and he was able to move shame from Israel. No matter what you are going through you are still the hope for your family,

“Don’t give up my friends we shall make it. Don’t make your heart bitter because of that situation. That situation is temporary. You will need your heart even later.” He added.

WoK previously covered the story of Bob Kinyua, a visionary entrepreneur who embarked on a remarkable journey that saw him rise from humble beginnings to become a successful property mogul.

In 2010, at the age of 32, Kinyua made a significant decision that set his path towards prosperity.

With the help of a KSh 500,000 loan from the Youth Enterprise Fund’s Mathira Constituency kitty in Nyeri County, he invested in his first piece of land – a half-acre plot on the outskirts of Chaka Town, for KSh 200,000.