Wow: Njenga Karume’s Son Becomes Kenya’s Youngest Billionaire


Wow: Njenga Karume’s Son Becomes Kenya’s Youngest Billionaire
Wow: Njenga Karumes Son Becomes Kenya’s Youngest Billionaire


The late Njenga Karume was one of the most celebrated billionaires in the country having built a massive business empire. Unlike most of our current crop of business leaders, his path to riches was well documented and he was always ready to share his story. It was nothing short of inspirational.

In his final will and testament, Karume named his 4 year old son Emmanuel Karume Njenga the biggest beneficiary of his wealth. The young boy will inherit:

His father’s shares in Kiambu General Transport Agency Ltd.

all shares in Majoreni Agencies Limited

all shares in Ngorongo Tea Factory Limited

25 per cent shares in Heri Limited

12.5 per cent shares in Kenya Wine Agencies Limited

He is also to inherit shares in each of the following companies:

Jacaranda Hotel Limited

Kabete Distributors Limited

Karume Investments Limited

Cianda Estates Limited

Forest Road Flats Limited.

The young Emmanuel joins the same league as the likes of Jimnah Mbaru, Chris Kirubi, Raila Odinga and James Mwangi. Of course he still has many years before he can actually touch that money.


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Wow: Njenga Karume’s Son Becomes Kenya’s Youngest Billionaire

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