Chris kirubi biography, family, house, cars, wife, age,contacts, net worth, wealth, son, daughter, life history. He is among the top 10 richest people in Kenya
Christopher chris Kirubi is a Kenyan businessman, entrepreneur, industrialist and philanthropist. He is a Director at Centum Investments, a business conglomerate, in which he is the largest individual shareholder.
CHRIS KIRUBI BIOGRAPHY
Chris Kirubi was born poor, lost both parents very early, and had to start working during school holidays to supplement the needs of his brothers and himself. Upon graduation, he worked for Shell, as a salesman, selling and repairing gas cylinders. According to him, the pennies he earned from this job could not have bought anyone dinner.
During the 1960s and early 1970s, Kirubi worked as an Administrator at Kenatco, a government-owned transportation company. Starting around 1971, he began buying run-down buildings in the cities of Nairobi and Mombasa, renovating them and either selling the renovated structures or renting them out. He also began acquiring strategic pieces of land in and around Nairobi, and proceeded to erect rental residential and commercial properties on them, using loans from Kenyan financial institutions.
CHRIS KIRUBI FAMILY
what is name of Chris kirubi wife ?? He divorced his wife 18 years ago but they have one beautiful daughter Mary-Anne Wambui.
Billionaire is currently single after divorcing his wife years ago
MD Polycarp Igathe is being rumoured to be son to businessman Chris Kirubi.
CHRIS KIRUBI CARS
Businessman Kirubi has coughed up more than Sh40 million, including taxes, for Kenya’s first Mercedes-Maybach Benz.
Kirubi’s new baby can sprint from 0 to 100km/h in five seconds only. It has a top speed of 250km/h.
This machine saves on fuel consumption, using as low as 8.9 litres for 100km covered.
CHRIS KIRUBI HOUSE
Business tycoon, has flaunted photos of his mansion in Benhard Estate, Nairobi. The billionaire lives like a King in one of the richest estates in Nairobi. His house, which he built more than half a decade ago stands on a two acre piece of land and is among the most expensive houses in Nairobi
CHRIS KIRUBI AGE
chris kirubi was born in 1941 and his age is 78 years
CHRIS KIRUBI CONTACTS
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CHRIS KIRUBI WEALTH / NET WORTH
CHRIS KIRUBI WEALTH, NET WORTH, PROPERTIES CARS,2017/2018
CHRIS KIRUBI JOB/ RESPONSIBILITIES
serves as the chairman of the following companies:
(1) DHL Express Kenya Limited
(2) Haco Industries Kenya Limited
(3) Kiruma International Limited
(4) International House Limited
(5) Nairobi Bottlers Limited
(6) Sandvik East Africa Limited
(7) 98.4 Capital FM.
He is also Non-Executive Director of
(1) Bayer East Africa Limited
(2) UAP Provincial Insurance Company Limited and
(2) Beverage Services of Kenya Limited.
People say I am one of the richest people in Kenya, but that’s not my concern. I mean, they say I am a god of sorts, but I don’t agree. When I look around at my companies and see the number of people we have employed, it gives me joy. It is more satisfying than having all the money in the world.” – Chris Kirubi QUOTE
CHRIS KIRUBI SUITS- MOST EXPENSIVE DRESSED MAN IN KENYA
Loaded local industrialist, Kirubi, once boasted that he’s probably the most expensively dressed dude in Kenya.
Just so you know, the handmade woolen suits of the man, who once said the only thing he’s good at is making money, are bought from Italian fashion house, Brioni, whose clients include former American President George W Bush, property impresario Donald Trump and Prince Albert II of Monaco.
Just to put you into perspective of how much a Brioni suit costs, consider a Brioni ‘Sale’ has one ‘blue slim-fit silk-jacquard tuxedo Jacket’ going for Sh260,000 down from the normal Sh460,000, while a Brioni striped cotton and silk-blend Polo shirt will set you back Sh31,500.
Brioni suits represent money, power and success and one su misura (custom-made) Brioni suit, complete with the trademark 24-karat gold thread, oscillates between Sh840,000 and Sh2.3 million, according to Barron’s magazine.
Kirubi once told Going Out Guide magazine that the challenge of wearing such pricey suits is the lack of suitable local dry cleaners.