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SUPER RICH KENYANS WHO USE MULIKA MWIZI . SMARTPHONE NI WEWE

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Do you rich Kenyans who don’t own mobile phone and use mulika mwizi if necessary. There are about 40 million active mobile phone numbers in Kenya; this means that the handsets are also in millions. Despite the growing popularity of mobile phones, there are some prominent Kenyans who still do not see the devices as very important. also find TOP 100 RICHEST PEOPLE IN KENYA

LIST OF KENYANS WHO DON’T OWN MOBILE PHONES

1. daniel moi – Daniel Moi served as Kenya’s president for 24 years; from 1978 to 2002. According to the Daily Nation, Moi retained his old manual landline phones to keep in contact with friends and family.

“It is not necessary for statesmen to carry mobile phones in their pockets… There are aides to do it and when he wants to communicate with anybody, he has people to help him,”  his spokesman Lee Njiru told the Nation.

2. mwaii kibaki – Moi’s successor, Mwai Kibaki, is another prominent Kenyan who avoids a mobile phone as much as possible.

“An aide to Kibaki said the motivation is that the retired president believes there is value in scarcity. He rarely engages in phone conversations, even with family, said the aide,” read the report by Nation.

3. Simon Nyachae – Former minister Simeon Nyachae has a mobile phone but how he uses it is what many people would find amusing. According to his son Charles Nyachae, the phone is most of the time switched off.

“When he wants to reach you, he will switch on his phone and call but he then immediately switches it off. He is fine with it and that’s what matters,” Charles told Nation.

4. John Khaminwa –  For you to get in touch with this veteran advocate, you will have to call his office or any of his relatives and plan for a meeting. Khaminwa says that he keeps in touch by giving out cell phone numbers of his employees and family members to potential clients, Nation reported.
5. Nicolas bewott – The late bewott is one of the rich Kenyans who don’t. Kanu Secretary General Nick Salat, who worked with Biwott in the independence party, said the ‘total man’ needed not to carry one. Salat said Biwott employed aides to do the job.
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