Being a woman who is financially independent and successful is really intimidating for the male species. While other women are bust hopping from one man to another, eating their hard-earned money as their private parts suffer, boss ladies are really feeling the power of money. If only all women were totally financially independent the world would be living thirties in its twenties. Being a boss ladies comes with so many privileges, your name is formidable, your presence commands respect and so many people look up to you. Here are Kenyan boss ladies we all love and admire.
The mother of five is a baller. She lives like a queen and rubs shoulders with her likes. Another is a money maker, apart from her successful music career, she owns a tours and travel company, several apartments and a hotel.
The Keroche heiress is a tough-skinned woman who is very entrepreneurial, unlike many rich kids we know off. She owns Nero Waters, a company producing drinking water.
Many socialites have proved to be all dependent on money from other peoples pockets but Huddah has proved us wrong. Thanks to her entrepreneurial mind, she is taking over the beauty industry with her successful business Huddah cosmetics.
The mother of two is hardworking and very entrepreneurial, while working at Citizen TV,she was running her business Keyara Organics, which is still up and running even after being fired. Never ignore the power of side hustle fellas.
Her passion led her to start a fashion Magazine called Couture Magazine. Olive is all business oriented as she runs Kinky modeling and talent agency, and a consultancy firm.
She is a lawyer who is very strategic and entrepreneurial. She is the CEO of Posh palace, which is one of the most executive salons in Kenya.
With the craze for natural hair, she saw an opportunity to make money. Marini naturals provide hair products for all types of hair.
She chose to think a little outside the box and come up with her own product. Vertex helps you in cutting that weight and tone your body, without you subjecting yourself to gym and strict diet.
Just the other day, she quite being the face of the posh palace, but she bounced back with a big bang starting and running her own salon called Flair. Despite being a news anchor at KTN, Betty fully understands the magic of having a side hustle.
She runs Vivo Activewear, a clothing store in Kenya. Vivo has been on the market providing Kenyans with latest fashionable outfits.