Most times, celebrities have a story of rags to riches, from how they grew up in poverty to how they managed to pull through to where they are now. Some won’t let you know about their past.
There is another category of those who were born in riches and went to the most prestigious schools. Here is a list of Kenya’s celebrities that had the best education money can buy.
Waihiga is extremely private.
This 36-year-old schooled at the prestigious Rusinga High School in Nairobi.
Janet is a former journalist who has worked with big media houses in Kenya. She is the founder of the Inua Dada Foundation, which empowers young girls.
She attended Brookhouse High School in Nairobi. Brookhouse charges 2,100,000 shillings for boarding and tuition from students in years 12 and 13.
Kenyan hunk Nick Mutuma is a multi-talented guy who doubles as an actor and director.
He attended the International School of Tanganyika for his primary education before joining Braeside School in Nairobi for his secondary education. Braeside offers a British curriculum and charges 1,011,800 shillings for years 12 and 13.
Former actor Ian Munene AKA Almasi, is also among those who attended an expensive school. He was highly celebrated as a kid actor in the show, Machachari.
He attended Brookhouse, which charges 2 100,000 shillings for tuition and boarding among 12 and 13 students.