Chris Kirubi is arguably the Kenya’s most flamboyant business tycoon. Beginning from a humble background, Chris Kirubi started his journey into the world of wealth as a car sales man in the early 1970s. In addition he started buying of old unwanted buildings in both commercial and residential areas and sold them for a profit.
Most of his wealth is gotten from the real estate market and is known to be the owner of renowned buildings such as the international house building. His other assets are a 49% stake in Haco tiger brands which manufactures house hold items, UAP insurance, shares in Centum a private equity firm and is the owner of the DHL franchise in Kenya. He also happens to be the owner of capital fm.
Even though his education background is not known by anyone, his net worth is an estimated $300 million, meaning he is the second richest man in Kenya after the President and the 31st riches in Africa.