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Hotels, land and companies owned by President Uhuru Kenyatta

The son of Jomo Kenyatta, Kenya’s first president, Uhuru was raised in a wealthy and politically powerful Kikuyu family. He attended St. Mary’sSchool in Nairobi, where he played as a winger for the school’s rugby team.

He then went on to study political science and economics at Amherst College in Massachusetts. After his return to Kenya, he started a horticultural business that became quite successful.

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He also assumed some responsibility for managing his family’s extensive business holdings.

1. Tourism~ the multibillion world-class hotel chain is known as Heritage Hotels

2. Banking~ CBA A regional bank with an Asset base of 75.4 billion

3. Insurance ~ Chartis formerly AIG with a market share of 5%

4. Dairy~ Brookside ( which has now acquired nearly all milk brands in Kenya) and Spin Knit

5. Education ~ Peponi schools, an international chain of schools that charge an AVERAGE OF 620,000/= per term per child for Borders

6. Farming~ Large scale coffee, tea and Sisal farming concerns, own farms in Central, Rift Valley and Coast regions.

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7. Media ~ Mediamax Group, owns K24 TV, the people Newspaper, Kameme Fm, Meru Fm and Milele Fm

8. Enke limited ~ holding company with interests in an assortment of sectors that include Prime and Real Estate

9. Timber & manufacturing ~ Timsales Holdings, A timber processing and constructing firm.

Uhuru Kenyatta wealth: LAND

10, 000-acre Gichea Farm in Gatundu.

5, 000 acres in Thika.

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9,000 acres in Kasarani Mwiki

5, 000-acre Muthaita Farm.

24, 000 acres in Taveta

50, 000 acres in Taita,

29, 000 acres in Kahawa Sukari along the Nairobi—Thika highway stretching all the way to Kilimambogo Hills in Ukambani.

Uhuru Kenyatta wealth: Others include:

10, 000-acre ranch in Naivasha

52,000-acre farm in Nakuru

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20,000-acre one, also known as Gichea Farm,

10, 000 acres in Rumuruti,

40,000 acres in Endebes in the Rift Valley Province

Others are:

Brookside Farm, Green Lee Estate,Njagu Farm in Juja, a quarry in Dandora in Nairobi.

Uhuru Kenyatta wealth: HOTELS

1. Great Rift Valley Lodge, Naivasha

2. Tented Camps

3. Mara Explorer

4. Mara Intrepids

5. Samburu Intrepids

6. Voyager Ziwani

7. Beach Hotels

8. Kipungani Explorer

9. Voyager Beach Resorta

Credit:BiznaKenya.com

About Edwin Ochieng

Edwin Ochieng is living true to the calling of Journalism, He is passionate about issues of Business and Politics. Edwin Ochieng is a graduate from St Paul University and East African School of Media Studies (EASMS).

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