Royal Media Services, which is part of Citizen TV, pays the highest price when it comes to lavish salary.
Because Citizen TV employs one of Kenya’s few well-known anchors, who, understandably, demand a higher salary, if not the most in the industry.
A large salary allows one to purchase his or her ideal car, and some of the most well-known anchors are doing just that, spending large portions of their earnings on high-end automobiles.
Jeff Koinange is one of the most well-known and well-liked people in the world
Anchor prized Jeff Koinange is the driver of a ten-million-dollar Mercedes G Wagon, which is also driven by President Uhuru Kenyatta, a personal friend.
He can also afford a luxurious home in Kitusuru because to his job.
Jeff’s monthly salary from Citizen TV is estimated to be approximately 1 million.
Lilian Muli is number two on the list.
Lilian Muli, a long-serving Citizen TV presenter, is a woman who enjoys driving luxury and sports cars in public.
And she’s never been afraid to flaunt her voracious need for automobiles.
Lilian owns a Mercedes S Class worth 18 million dollars, as well as a Land Rover, Range Rover Sport, and an Audi automobile.
Lulu Hassan and Rashid Abdallah
The record-breaking duo anchors, who also earn a high salary from RMS, drive the Toyota Landcruiser V8, which is the automobile of choice for Kenya’s showy politicians.
In Kenya, the automobile costs roughly ten million shillings.
Yvonne Okwara, No. 5
In Kenya, the Toyota Prado TX is also known as a parliament car.
That’s exactly what Yvonne Okwara aimed for.
The automobile is opulent, expensive, and highly desired by Kenyan lawmakers.
Kenya’s parliamentary building vehicle park is sometimes referred to as the Toyota Prado car yard.
Trevor Ombija, No. 6
His paylip increased when he was snatched from NTV, allowing him to comfortably foot cars with large expenses.
He, like Yvonne Okwaro, has a Toyota Prado, which is prized for its 4X4 capability.
Aside from that, he runs a luxury automobile rental business as a side business, with prices ranging from 40,000 to 90,000 per car on a daily basis.
Linus Kaikai (#7)
Linus Kaikai, Citizen TV’s Director of Strategy & Innovation, extols the virtues of owning a high-mileage Toyota Land Cruis