Many times, Kenyan celebrities have shared stories or stories about wealth, explaining how they enriched themselves in poverty but ended up getting into it.
However, there is another category that has never shared stories such as that they were born rich and passed through some of the most respected schools in the country.
There is no order, here is a list of Kenyan celebrities who attend some of the most expensive schools in Kenya.
1. Janet Mbugua
A double communications person as the founder of the Inua Dada Foundation, empowering young girls. She studied at Brookhouse School, Nairobi.
The school charges KSh 2.1 million for boarding and tuition for 12- and 13-year-olds.
2. Waihiga Mwaura
Citizen TV presenter studied at Rusinga High School in Nairobi.
The 36-year-old school charges KSh 408,500 shillings per term, equivalent to KSh 1.2 million a year.
3. Ian Munene
He is also known as Almasi, a former Machachari actor, among Kenyan celebrities who attended Brookhouse School.
As mentioned earlier, Brookhouse charges KSh 2.1 million for boarding and tuition for 12- and 13-year-old students.
4. Nick Mutuma
A Kenyan actor and film director has completed his elementary school studies at the International School of Tanganyika.
He later joined Braeside School located on Muthangari Road Lavington, Nairobi for his secondary education.
5. Ann Kiguta
The communications actor who previously worked for Royal Media Services ’Citizen TV and Mediamax-owned Mediamax channel K24 is also one of the Kenyan actors who attended the most expensive schools in the country.
She is a student at Rusinga School, one of the most expensive schools in the country.
6. Jeff Koinange
Being the son of a prominent politician, Late Mbiyu Koinange, he is proud of the alumnae of Famous Saints Mary’s School.
Citizen TV news anchor trained with President Uhuru Kenyatta.
7. Size 8
The famous gospel singer studied at State House Girls ’but later received a scholarship to Hillcrest High School which is one of the most expensive schools in Kenya.