It’s not just the sons and daughters of so and so, who are living big and making millions thanks to their family businesses and inheritance.There are young Kenyans under 30 years old working round the clock and their results are paying really well.Tgey are literally millionares.
1.Lorna Rutto 28 years old.
She is the founder of EcoPost,
a profitable social enterprise which
manufactures aesthetic, durable and
environmentally friendly fencing posts using plastic waste, a more environmentally friendly alternative to timber. Rutto has earned international acclaim for her efforts in providing an alternative waste management solution to Kenya’s plastic menace.
2.Ruth Mwanzia 28 years old.
She is an entrepreneur and
communications officer. She is the managing director and owner of Koola
Waters, a water bottling company based in Nairobi, works as Corporate Communications Officer at Water Management Authority.
3.Nancy Amunga 26 years old.
She is the founder and director of Dana Communications Limited, a communications and transport company, which majors mainly on courier services.
4.Eric Muthomi 26 years old.
He is the founder of Stawi Foods and Fruits, an innovative start-up which procures bananas from smallholder farm.
5.Gloria Otieno 28 years old.
She founded Recours Four Kenya Consultants Limited (R4Kenya), a fast-growing professional HR services firm located in Nairobi, Kenya. The company’s clients include the World Bank group, Kenya National Examination Council, USAID,GlaxoSmithKline and Sportpesa.
6. Evans Wadongo 26 years old.
He is the engineer who
designed a solar-powered LED lantern called MwangaBora invention.Wadongo has been distributing thousands of these lanterns throughout rural Kenya where there is little or no electricity His
organization, Sustainable Development For All (SDFA) sponsors an empowerment initiative that teaches poor Kenyans how to reproduce these solar lanterns and sell for profit.
7. Mark Kaigwa 27 years old.
He is a director, filmmaker, digital marketer and entrepreneur. Kaigwa is a co-founder and partner at Afrinnovator, a venture which aims to put Africa on the map by publishing exploits across African innovation, technology and start-ups. He is also Partner at African Digital Art.