Top Five Richest Kalenjins and their businesses

1.Daniel Moi’s family

The family of the late Retired President Daniel Moi ranks as one of the richest in the country.

Moi’s family owns and controls many economic ventures ranging from manufacturing, agriculture, education, real estate and many others. According to Moi’s grandson Collins Kibet Toroitich, his family’s net worth is over KSh 300 billion.

According to a report released by Oxfam International, a global charity organisation, the richest man in Kenya is Sameer Merali with an estimated net worth of US$790 million, an equivalent of Sh89.6 billion.

2.William Sameoi Ruto

Kenya’s Deputy President William Ruto, commonly known as Hustler, is indubitably one of the richest Kalenjin men.

Alongside his monthly salary of Ksh 1,487,500 which excludes allowances, Ruto has major interests in the hospitality industry owing city hotels like Weston located in Nairobi.

The deputy president is also a majority shareholder in Amaco Insurance, among other companies. His net worth remains unknown but he is definitely worth billions of shillings.

3.Zedekiah Kiprop Bundotich aka Buzeki

Buzeki is a businessman, farmer and politician who owns Buzeki Group of Companies, a conglomerate dealing in processing and value addition of dairy products.

The group also offers transportation services managed under Buzeki Enterprises Limited. The former Uasin Gishu gubernatorial seat aspirant claimed to have made his first billion in his 30’s prompting Forbes to rank him as one of Kenya’s richest men.

4.Gideon Kipsiele Towett Moi

Gideon Moi is the last born son to the former president.

He has interests in Eagle Airlines, Chemusian Company, Fresh Produce Ltd, Siginon Freight, Car Track Kenya Ltd, First American Bank, Equatorial Bank, The Sasine Group of Farms, Cable and Wireless, Kent Ship Maritime, Sielei properties Ltd, Giant Forex Bureau, Revak Ltd, Giant Holdings, Westfield International Ltd, Chesco Ltd, Hampstead Enterprises, Metipso Services Ltd and Maternity Shop, Sudbury Ltd, Westfield International, Metipso Services Ltd, and Homestead Enterprises. Additionally, Gideon owns two properties in London held in trust and others in South Africa.

5.Joshua Kulei

Joshua Kulei doubled as the ex- President Moi’s personal assistant and investment manager. His business interests are in the banking industry among other sectors with majority controlling stake in CFC Bank, Sovereign Group, Trade World Kenya, CMC Holdings, Ngata Flower Farm and Sian roses.

Additionally, Mr. Kulei has interests in Kenya Television Network, Bamburi Cement Kenya, Aerotech Ltd, National Milling Company and Signon Freight. Kulei is also a real estate mogul who owns properties in Lavington, Nakuru and Karen.

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