List of the wealthiest women who controls the economy of Kenya

1.Ngilu charity

Charity Ngilu is the second governor of Kitui County. She is a veteran politician who has served as cabinet secretary, minister and member of parliament. As a result, she amassed large amounts of salary while she was still in public service upon the death of her husband, Eng. Michael Mwendwa Ngilu, Mrs. Charity, has been left to manage a vast business empire

  1. Jane Wanjiru Michuki

Jane Wanjiru is the managing partner of Kimani & Michuki attorneys. She is an ardent investor, business woman and lawyer. She is the largest female investor in the Nairobi stock market, with over 1.2 billion.

It is worth noting that Jane Wanjiru Michuki exercises law in the following areas:

• Alternative dispute resolution

• Constitutional and Administrative Law

• Litigation

Some of the companies in which she has shares include the American British investment firm and the Kenya equity group. Her total net worth is estimated at $ 60 million.

  1. Tabitha Karanja

Tabitha Karanja is the founder and CEO of Keroche breweries Limited Kenya. She is an award-winning entrepreneur. The company today has an annual turnover of billions.

In 2014 she was crowned Business Woman of the Year at the CNBC Africa All Africa Business Leaders Award.

Tabitha Karanja’s net worth cannot be missing from the list of the richest women in Kenya.

  1. Ngina Kenyatta

Ngina Kenyatta is the first lady of the Republic of Kenya. In Kenya, she is popularly known as Mama Ngina. Mama Ngina Kenyatta owns vast, first-rate real estate land across Kenya, which her late husband left behind her.

In addition to this, part of her wealth also comes from imports and exports. Other investments include:

• Brookside Diaries

• Historic hotels

• Commercial Bank of Africa

• Average max

  1. Margaret Bryson

Margaret Bryson is the wife of the late Charles Njonjo, popularly known as “The Duke of Kabeteshire”. You have extensive land ownership across the country. In addition to this, it is also rumored that she holds major investments in large banks and insurance companies operating in Kenya. Also, she married Charles when he was 52 years old. Mr. Charles Njonjo was the first post-independence attorney general from 1963 to 1974.

  1. Ann Waiguru

Ann Waiguru is the current governor of Kirinyaga. Ms. Ann stated that she owns a property worth Sh.160M. Her properties are scattered throughout the city, from Kitsuru, Lukenya and mlolongo. Ms. Waiguru has been in public service for a long time now.

  1. Margherita Saitoti

Margaret Saitoti is the widow of the late Security Minister George Saitoti. She, Margaret Saitoti, received all of her husband’s possessions upon her death. At the end of her, George Saitoti was worth about 20 billion.

  1. Lia Wanjiku Muguku

Leah Wanjiku is a relative of the late business tycoon Nelson Muguku. She came second in the list of highly traded female stocks on the Nairobi Stock Exchange market. She was selling at Sh306.9 million in the aforementioned period.

  1. The late Josephine Watiri Michuki

The late Josephine Watiri was the late Minister of the Environment, Michuki. She was a humble lady. When her husband died, the media said her late husband left her with a lot of wealth. The late Ms. Michuki was known for her big smile and it was easy to interact with her. During the years of her husband’s political participation, she was always the one behind him, getting many votes.

  1. Njeri Rionge

Njeri Rionge is one of the leading pioneering investors in the ICT sector in Africa. She is an entrepreneur who has founded several organizations such as:

• Waanchi online

• Turn on the counseling

• Holding of the Wananchi Group

• Njeri Rionge Business Consulting Inc.

• Business room

• Insite Limited

Wananchi Group Holdings raised $ 57.5 million in growth capital from a group of international investors last year. In addition to his other investments, Njoki is worth billions of shillings.