These are the watches worn by some of Kenya's most popular personalities
A luxury watch means more than just an accessory to these public figures.
Well at least that's the case for these Kenyan personalities who pride themselves in wearing designer wrist choices which certainly do not come cheap.
From the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak collection to the Hublot Big Bang watch, here are the watches worn by some of Kenya's most popular personalities:
President Uhuru Kenyatta
The President has distinguished himself for his choice of watches during his reign — and they certainly do not come cheap.
His collection consists of expensive watches reserved for only those with deep pockets. The most expensive watch in President Uhuru’s collection is arguably the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak’s with a price tag of a whooping Sh3.8 million!
Deputy President William Ruto
Just like his boss, DP Ruto enjoys the finer things in life. The self-proclaimed was once spotted wearing the Hublot Big Bang watch which could set you back at least Sh2.6 million.
Ali Hassan Joho
The Mombasa governo is stinking rich and never shys away from flaunting his wealth from the cars he drives to the way he dresses.
And you can bet that he rocks an expensive watch as he was recently spotted with a Hublot Bigbang Rosegold valued at a KSh 2.1 million.
The so-called Instagram socialite recently lit up the internet after flaunting a high-end Swiss watch during her recent trip to Los Angeles, California.
The awe-inspiring watch is from Swiss watch company Audemars Piguet and has been flaunted by the likes of Jay Z and former Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard.
Felix Oduor popularly known as 'Jalang'o' recently disclosed to an online news website that his co-host Jeff Koinange got him a Sh1.3 million watch from Audemars Piguet.
The Hot 96 breakfast show host , who also doubles up as an MC, is among the highest paid radio presenters in Kenya.
The Kenya Commercial Bank CEO dons a Montblanc watch which could go for as high as Sh900,000.
Oigara is listed among the highest paid CEOs in East Africa with a monthly salary of Sh6.3 million translating to Sh5.6million ($734,832) annually.
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