coop –Steve Mbogo is a young Kenyan billionaire who, according to Forbes, makes it in the list of the ‘young rich men under 30 years’ from East Africa.
His family background indicates he is the second born in a family of four children born by Joseph Ndwiga and mother Francesca Ndwiga.
In one instance, the flamboyant young businessman bragged of burning a whopping sh 40 million in single weekend watching Formula One in Dubai.
“I am not showy…” he continues, “I just live life to the fullest. What is wrong with working hard, and having the best things in life?”
He has also been on record claiming to the Standard Newspaper that he bought his Karen House for sh 500 million.
“My house in Karen sits on five acres. Where in Nairobi can you rent a house sitting on five acres for such a small amount? I bought the house two years ago for sh 500 million”.
Further, while appearing on an interview with the Nairobian, the young man revealed that he owns 16 choppers. He trades in commodities and real estate.
It however goes without mentioning that his name has adversely been mentioned in gold scams. In fact his name appears on Zengold.com – a platform for gold buyers and sellers. He is flagged as a scammer who cons foreigners under the full knowledge of the authorities.
He has also appeared in court with his accomplices over gold related issues. It later emerged that they reportedly had a hand in scamming a Dubai businessman Saveed Mohammed Altaf.
Mbogo, through his dealings, has managed to acquire top range fuel guzzlers some which have been impounded by the DCI over tax evasion. His lifestyle in one of its kind and lives large in the city.
The successful young man has also indicated his desire to vie for a political seat.
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