5 Kenyans Who Make Money in the Fastest Ways
Every Kenyan desires to achieve financial freedom.
For some, that journey takes a lifetime while for others, a few months on the job will mean a complete change in fortunes.
Regardless of the path taken in life, many will agree that the diversity of talent is at the heart of our Kenyan identity.
Here are some of the five ways that Kenyans are making quick, genuine wealth from their talents.
Nothing speaks of the fruits of Kenyan talent like our world-renowned athletes.
Stories abound of Kenyans who have risen from the dusty villages riddled with poverty only to live in lush neighbourhoods, courtesy of their hard work and talent.
It is important to note that although the money is won in a matter of minutes or hours, it is usually a culmination of months, and sometimes years, of hard work.
Good old soccer is not only a favourite sport in Kenyan communities, but it is also a source of wealth for those who have fully utilised their talent.
Kenyan stars such as Victor Wanyama and MacDonald Mariga have become millionaires because of their special talent.
Martin Luther King observed that “next to the Word of God, the noble art of music is the greatest treasure in the world”.
In Kenya, musicians are some of the most treasured talents and as a consequence, the profession is creating a lucrative opportunity to make wealth.
A single show lasting a few hours will earn a Kenyan musician over Sh500,000 – not to mention the lucrative advertising deals available.
Like the musicians, deejays enable us to explore the treasures of life.
As the music industry has grown, Kenyan deejays are raking in quick money as appreciation for their fine art.
For a country that is faced with its own share of challenges, comedians are important because they give us the much-needed therapy delivered through hearty laughter.
As a consequence, the profession is quickly becoming a lucrative employment opportunity.
Those who have refined this art are earning as much as Sh500,000 for a single show that can last for less than an hour.
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