PHOTOS:See the Fabulous Life of Gideon Moi’s Son, Kigen Moi

| September 19, 2016 | 0 Comments

kigen-moiThe desire to achieve greatness is an innate human aspiration, but as William Shakespeare said, some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.

For Kigen Moi, a son to Baringo Senator Gideon Moi and grandson to Kenya’s second President Daniel Moi, it’s perhaps a case of being born great.

If greatness is anything to do with money, power, and good genes, then Kigen has it all.

The undergraduate student at the prestigious University of Bristol is also a lover of life and uses his connections and wealth to enjoy the fine things in life.

Like his father, Kigen has a special liking for the exclusive game of polo – a sport which his dad has dominated as a star player over the years.

In 2014, at the Nanyuki Polo Challenge Cup, Kigen Moi got one over on his father, when Kigen’s team – Samsung Tab 4 – beat his dad’s team Samsung NotePro 5, 5–2.

When he is not spending time on the polo field, Kigen will be seen hanging out with other blue-blooded sons from Kenya’s upper class.

If history is anything to go by, it is only a matter of time before the younger Moi joins politics.

His venture into politics is likely to be relatively seamless considering his grandfather ruled the country for 24 years, his dad is a senator, while his paternal uncle, Raymond Moi- is MP forRongai.

Kigen is the eldest child to Gideon and Zahra Moi and has two siblings – brother Kimoi and sister Lulu Moi.

Here are photos that show the fabulous life of Kigen Moi:

Kigen (Left) with Musau Kilonzo (Right), son to the late Mutula Kilonzo

Kigen (right) with friends at a Club in Bristol

Kigen enjoys time with his friends

More Clubbing

A jovial Kigen enjoys the coastal breeze

Kigen (left)  and his brother Kimoi (right) sandwich their dad after a game of polo

Kigen (left) with his friends in England

Kigen playing polo in Timau, Meru County

Kigen (in the background) plays polo with his dad Senator Gideon Moi

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