Despite a stagnant economy, parents are still paying exorbitant fees to ensure their children have access to the best education they can afford.

Gospel singer Kevin Bahati is going all the way out to ensure his first born daughter Mueni Bahati gets the best education after enrolling her to one of a high end school in Runda.

In the latest episode of Being Bahati, the EMB President took his fans on a tour while scouting for a school for his daughter to join as she starts schooling.

Bahati with daughter Mueni
Bahati with daughter Mueni

Potter House School

The Mama Hit make enrolled her daughter to Potter House School in Runda, that will see him part with more than Sh100k per term for school fees.

According to their Fee structure for the year 2018-2019, Parents with kids in Kindergarten pay more than 68K of school fees per term , a registration fee of Sh11, 500, Sh1800 for horse riding among other expenses.

Bahati's daughter Mueni
Bahati's daughter Mueni
Fee structure
Fee structure

Aside from the prestigious location of the school, the fees covers tuition, boarding, games, ordinary medical attention, clubs, horse riding and food.

Bahati has joined the list of celebrities like Akothee and Zari Hassan who take their kids to high-end schools.

Akothee's daughter Braeburn

AKothee’s daughter Fancy Makadia studies at Braeburn Mombasa, one of the most expensive schools in Kenya.

Bahati's daughter Mueni with in a plane
Bahati's daughter Mueni with in a plane

Braeburn Mombasa is a school where parents part with Sh225,900 to Sh1,078,000 as basic school fees depending on which year you are in, Shs123, 300 to Shs112,200 on transport and Sh73,500 to Sh92,400 on Lunch.

St. Alban’s College

For Zari his two sons, Raphy Junior and Pinto schools at St. Alban’s College located in Pretoria South Africa where she pays more than Sh1.6 million a year as school fees.

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