Jimi Wanjigi Exposed!! How upcoming Business People are Making Millions Through TYL Limited Tenders!

Jimi Wanjigi is with no doubt One of the richest Kenyan business people. And as it was expected, When he hit the Limelight a few Months ago, It stirred so much Controversy, With the Political calling him Names, and the lovers of big Life Viewing him as the Ultimate role model. Since then, People have been looking for his Company and his more information but being the Fishy business it is, TYL Limited is a very Secretive Company as We recently Came to Learn.

Jimi Wanjigi, One of the very Few photos taken of him, during the Funeral of his wheeler dealer, Businessman Jacob Juma. Jimi and his associates at the TYL limited are a very secretive lot.

HOW TYL LIMITED OPERATES

So, It all starts when after all the Hustle, You manage to get the Company Contact details. After contacting them, They ask you about the Tender That you want To apply and They get you the Tender in Which you pay to them a commission of 10%. Yes it is a matter of luck getting in to the circle having in mind the Number of people on the Same boat but as You can Imagine, getting in Can change your Life forever.

Also as with other Businesses and organizations in Kenya, Corruption is also a very big Factor at the Company that has half a dozen employees. In many instances, Businesses looking for Tenders pay some upfront bribes in Order to be put on the Receiving Circle. This is because they take advantage of the Fact that the Company like dealing with a Small group of Suppliers to Avoid Contradiction. A visit to Their Website on http://www.tyl.co.ke does not give much information about the Company either.

So, Thinking about the Chances and the Few people We talked to, We can conclude that although Jimi Wanjigi’s businesses are nothing less than corruption minting, It is also a simple entry to Government contracting for Small upcoming business owners.

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Vera Sidika Net Worth

Vera Sidika also known as Vee Beiby, is a Kenyan television and social media personality, Fashion Model, Video Vixen, entrepreneur, escort and Socialite who has a Net Worth of $800,000. Born and raised in Mombasa, Sidika gained media attention in her career when she appeared in the P-Unit single, You Guy, that was released in 2012. She has been voted as one of Africa’s top and East Africa’s top video vixens. She is regarded as one of Kenya’s most controversial ladies due to her extraordinary and lavish lifestyle and unique opinions about life in general. Later in 2015, she and her fellow socialites, began to appear in reality TV Series, Nairobi Diaries.

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Jack Ma Buying Uchumi and Nakumatt? Ksh 3.7 Trillion Man May be Buying Kenyan retail Chains

Kenya’s Ambassador Kituyi (Left), President Kenyatta (Centre) and Jack Ma (Right) at The Nairobi Statehouse where they held major Discussion on Investment.

Could Asia’s Big Boy Jack Ma be Targeting the Multi-Million dollar retail Market in Kenya? Details have emerged that the Alibaba group Founder may be looking to buy off the Ailing Uchumi and Nakumatt supermarkets. Ma who has been in The Country this week met many business owners including the Country’s President Uhuru Kenyatta who is also a major Businessman in Africa. Although full details have not yet been revealed, insiders Told our Blog reports that Jack Ma has been showing so much interest in the Two companies of Late.

From Left, IT CS Joe Mucheru, UNCTAD Secretary General Mukhisa Kituyi, President Uhuru Kenyatta and Jack Ma at the Nairobi State House

Jack Ma has built e-commerce firm Alibaba into a behemoth. Its IPO in New York in 2014 set a record as the world’s biggest public stock offering. Though dogged by criticism that Alibaba doesn’t do enough to limit the sale of fakes, Ma is leading Alibaba to ever higher sales. A record $463 billion of business transactions were conducted on Alibaba’s retail platforms in the fiscal year through March 2016. The company set a goal of creating 10 million profitable businesses and 100 million jobs in the next 20 years. Ma made headlines at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland in January, when he told CNBC that America has no one to blame but itself for its economic issues. Beyond e-commerce, in October 2016 Alibaba’s film unit forged an alliance with Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Partners, giving a potential boost to a struggling effort so far in the entertainment industry. Jack Ma has a Net Worth of Ksh 3.7 trillion.

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Mike Sonko and Polycarp Igathe: The young Money Minting Dual for Nairobi Top Job.

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While it is no secret that Nairobi Senator Mike Sonko is in line to being The second Governor of Nairobi County, Kenyans have been hit by a wave of surprise after The Flamboyant Senator announced that his running Mate would be none other than the Powerful Vivo MD, Polycarp Igathe. Sonko who had an option of choosing one of his Team Nairobi Group Members decided to go for the Director.

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Igathe who was recently involved in Gun Drama where Nominated Senator Njoroge shot at him almost Knocking him off is a Flamboyant Chap too. He has been seen Swimming in bottles of expensive champagne and driving around in expensive toys. Nairobians are going in for an obvious treat and are eagerly waiting to see what the dual can do.

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Polycarp Igathe Net Worth

Polycarp Igathe is a Kenyan Corporate Leader, Currently the Managing Director of Vivo energy who has a Net Worth of $1.4 million. He had been thought to be the Son of Kenyan Business Mogul Chris Kirubi but the Reports have since been trashed. He has worked with very many Corporations and Global brands both in Africa and on the Global Markets.

42 Years in America, Tweng Was the Only thing He brought  back to Africa

One of The Kenyans Deported From America. He has been in America for 42 years and landed back into the Country With Literally Nothing.

A 74-year-old Kenyan who has been in the US for 42 years arrived back home with just the clothes on his back and a brown envelope with phone numbers. He was among seven Kenyans who have been deported as the US government continues to tighten its noose on immigrants. A chartered plane filled with 71 deportees who were mostly Somali nationals, accompanied with US security officials, landed at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) in Nairobi Friday morning.
JKIA police station OCPD Zipporah Waweru said the 71 were deported following their involvement in various criminal activities such as drunk driving, assault and robbery. ‘No name please’ “These were not ordinary people who were hounded out of the streets and then deported. They were involved in criminal acts and some had been in detention in the US correctional facilities,” she said.
The seven Kenyans are Kihanya Charles, Bota Patrick, Githua Paul, Mose Eliud, Nyachae Bosibori Jackline, Ongori Vincent and Seet Sila. Two of them, the Saturday Standard established had been caught trying to cross to Canada using an illegal border point. The 74-year-old, who speaks with a deep nasal drawl — a twang — moved to the US in 1975. He asked us not to publish his name as he is planning to return. He had been arrested for drunk driving. “The judge fined me $1,240 which I paid but immediately I got out of the courtroom, I was re-arrested and sent to a detention camp,” he said. He added that he was in the camp for two weeks before being put on a plane back home. There are at least 500,000 Kenyans living in the US and they send home at least $82 million a year, which is currently Kenya’s third largest source of forex exchange. The seven, who recorded statements at the DCI office before being released will however not be charged in Kenya.
“They (the deportees) didn’t commit any offence here, and we cannot start any criminal proceedings against them,” Waweru said. While they were allowed to walk free after recording statements, their Somali counterparts remained in handcuffs. This is the second batch of immigrants to be deported from the US in five months.

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Chandaria Industries oligarch minting Millions of Dollars from recycled waste paper Read

True to his nature, in a life-time of business, Mahesh has avoided the press, letting his more flamboyant, media-savvy uncle Manial ‘Manu’ Chandaria take the limelight, but he remains the ‘poster boy’ for the large and wealthy Chandaria clan in Kenya. I turn to Darshan, who is also the CEO of Chandaria Industries and he tells me: “Many people confuse Chandaria Industries that is owned by my father with Comcraft Ltd which is owned by my father’s uncle Manu.” Apparently, Manu’s Comcraft manufactures steel and aluminium products such as iron sheets and kitchenware while Chandaria Industries’ flagship products are tissue paper and hygiene products. “We are in the business of turning waste into money,” Darshin says. “When my grandfather started this company in 1964, he never envisioned what it would later turn out to be until my father joined him a few years later and introduced the manufacture of tissue and hygiene products as our flagship products.” He started by buying a single role of paper to manufacture tissue, and now, 53 years later, we are the leading tissue brand in East Africa, where we have a subsidiary in Tanzania, as well as exporting tissue and hygiene products in 12 African countries, he observes. In the immediate years after independence, elite Kenyan families – Asian, whites and a few blacks who had achieved a choice status in Nairobi – could only rely on imported hygiene products for their upmarket homes. There were no local manufactures offering products in this area. And that was the chance Mahesh’s father saw. No sooner had the manufacturing of hygiene products started, than Chandaria Industries began hitting a record high in revenues. But to make tissue, the company had to rely on imported paper that was quite expensive. Darshan says that the idea of investing in a recycling plant to manufacture tissue paper from waste paper that was plentiful in Nairobi’s numerous dumpsites did not hit his father until 1985. “A second recycling plant was put up in 1989 and that is when waste really started making us money. Our recycling mills churn out kilos of tissue, serviettes and paper from the non-plastic paper waste that collectors bring through our gates from dumpsites allover Nairobi,” Darshin says. Apart from getting waste from dumpsites, Darshin noted that Chandaria industries has entered into a partnership with several companies as well as the United Nations and the US embassy to supply it with waste paper for recycling, getting free waste paper in the process. But a rather riveting revelation from Darshan catches me in awe. Chandaria industries is the only company in the region that is entrusted, even by sensitive State agencies to destroy documents and information within minutes. “Yes we do destroy documents. The Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) and other State agencies bring us printed information which we destroy in our recycling plant,” Darshan says. The Mahesh-led Chandaria family has not made its billions of shillings from the recycling business alone. Years after the family got into tissue and hygiene products manufacture, the evasive patriarch Mahesh stirred it into other money-minting sectors such as banking, real estate, mining and car manufacture. “Our real estate venture, Chandaria Properties is our fastest growing segment. The Chandaria family owns a significant real estate portfolio in Kenya, India and Dubai. We also have a partnership with Tatu City where we will be developing Properties,” Darshan claims. On top of this, Chandaria Industries wants to start a brokerage firm which will help property owners rent and sell property to potential customers. Darshan avers that the latest portion in Chandaria’s empire, is a venture capital initiative which has seen the Chandarias take up an undisclosed stake in Mobius Motors, the Thika based start-up auto firm that is building Africa’s cheapest car. “The low-cost vehicle market in Kenya is growing and we want to be a part of it,” Darshan divulges. The billionaire family also got into a strategic partnership with Barclays Bank of Kenya to buy First Assurance, a bacassurance model firm which offers life insurance policies through the Barclays banking model. Darshin says the business empire that his father and grandfather have struggled to build and foster, has not gone without a battering. Recent government policy decisions have had a bad impact on Chandaria businesses. The high cost of manufacturing especially high electricity costs and huge capital demands when it comes to the purchase of industrial machinery and other equipment have weighed in heavily on Chandaria Industries. Chandaria Industries, the manufacturers of the velvet toilet paper, Nice and soft napkins and serviettes Royale facial tissues, Azhar printing paper, Rosy sanitary pads, among other hygiene products, were on Thursday last week awarded the Superbrand status. This is as Kenyan brands continue to edge up the pan-African brand ladder, cutting a niche in the global markets. The firm which has spread its footprint across the region by establishing recycling plants in Tanzania and Uganda said Rwanda, Dr Congo, Mozambique among other 12 countries form its core export market. It announced Thursday that it will be entering the Malawi market in a broad expansion plan. To be named a Superbrand, you must satisfy brand recognition targets in independent consumer surveys, to show they have achieved the position of household names. But what has greatly rattled the Chandaria ‘clan’ is the recent announcement of plastics ban by the State which his company heavily relies on. “I understand that the main concern is eradicating the use of the plastic bags which are considered a pollutant. But the government should look at its own internal structure of waste management,” Darshin said. “You can ban use of consumer carrier bags. But banning industrial use of the bags could make companies such as ours shut down. Our competitiveness with neighbours like Tanzania and Uganda will go down.” When asked about how much his family empire his worth, he, without batting an eyelid asserts: “We are a family owned business we don’t reveal that.”

Wangui Wa Ngirici Net Worth

Purity Wangui Kuria(Wangirici) is a Powerful Kenyan woman in business and politician who has a net worth of $13 million. Purity is from Kirinyaga County in Kenya and is married to A popular businessman​, Mr Ngirici. She is an aspiring Woman Representative for the County in the Kenyan Parliament. Her campaign is a vicious one that includes huge fleets of Luxury Vehicles, Choppers and Super Bikes.

Kalonzo Musyoka Net Worth

Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka is a Kenyan Veteran Politician Who has a Net Worth of $30 Million. Musyoka who has served in different senior Posts in The Kenyan government Including that Of Vice President is a Moderate Citizen who during The 2017 General Elections in Kenya had Claimed to be Worth a mere Ksh41 Million($400,000). It was however a Big lie, having in mind his total annual salaries and renumeration. 

Rise of Waititu Babayao, Fall of William Kabogo: Propaganda and ignorance Major Factor in Kiambu Race.

After successful nominations in Favour of Kabete Member of Parliament Ferdinand Waititu to succeed The incumbent Governor William Kabogo of Kiambu, So many questions have been left unanswered. There have been many concerns about Mr Waititu`s eligibility as a successful candidate having in light his disputed educational background. His character and integrity has been questioned severally but that is not even the Main question. The question every person is asking is just how one of the Politicians perceived as least educated, poor and rough would rise rapidly to a point of Defeating one of the richest and powerful Political figures in Kenya.

Mr Ferdinand Waititu and William Kabogo at a past Function. PHOTO:/COURTESY

Now, Mr Kabogo is an extravagant Politician who so Much trusts his wealth to do almost anything for him. He has also had a fair share of controversy himself. From hatespeech to murder links and Crime, Kabogo has found himself on the spot. Now I would say to defeat such a person, one would only need to exploit his weakness. And that is the exact tactic that was used by Waititu and his Unites For Kiambu movement. Kabogo has one very visible weakness, Ignorance. From most of his speech and chest thumping, Waititu and Co. Found a loophole. All they needed to do was twist his speeches that were rather innocent, and Media Fabricate them to work in the Vice. Sure enough that was simple and it was just a matter of time before Kabogo came crumbling, HARD.

Ferdinand Waititu Net Worth

Ferdinand Waititu Popularly known as Baba yao is a Kenyan Politician who has a Net worth of $12 Million. He started his career as a Deputy Mayor before becoming a Member of Parliament for Embakasi and Later appointed as An assistant minister in the Grand Coalition government, a post which he did not hold for long after the Court declared him unfit to Hold office. He tried his shot on the Nairobi Gubernatorial post which he lost Narrowly to the Incumbent Evans Kidero. He was later Elected as Member of Parliament for Kabete after the then Member was brutally Murdered. Waititu Stands in line as the Successor to William Kabogo as the Governor of Kiambu if he is Voted in on August.

William Kabogo Net Worth

William Kabogo is a Kenyan politician and Business Mogul who has a Net Worth of $210 million. He is currently the seating Governor of Kiambu and a strong Figure in the Kenyan politics. Not much is Known of him Prior to being The Juja Member of Parliament. Rumours have it that he was a Driver and personal assistant to the Controversial Business Man Mwau  Kabogo has been in the Past connected to Major Drug Cartels around Africa and South America though his Arrest has never been warranted and no Charges have been raised against Him. He was once heard saying that he is a rich man who can use Dollar Bills to Cook for his Family.