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.


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.


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.


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.

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.

Steve Mbogo Net Worth

Steve Mbogo is a Controversial Kenyan businessman, philanthropist and Youth politician who has a net worth of $2.3 million.

Mbogo owns the renowned Della wine estate and twelve 4-star hotels in kenya, this is in addition to the 32 apartments he owns in Nairobi. In other counties the billionaire owns 6 nightclubs in Kisumu, Nairobi and Nakuru. Outside the country the young entrepreneur owns two insurance companies in Uganda. In the aviation industry, he jointly owns a flight training academy that operates in Wilson Airport. He also jointly owns three stock brokerage companies and two law firms under NSE.

Mbogo has been in the news multiple times for Controversial acts and is an aspiring member of Parliament for Starehe, an urban constituency within the Nairobi metropolitan.


Suzie Wokabi: Making a million dollar Beauty business in Kenya.

Suzie Wokabi is one of Kenya’s most exceptional female entrepreneurs. Eight years ago, she founded Suziebeauty, Kenya’s leading indigenous cosmetics brand after a successful career as a television make-up artist in Los Angeles, California. SuzieBeauty now manufactures everything from lip-gloss and lipstick to eye shadow, mascara and concealers. Suziebeauty is now a remarkably successful brand, and a household name in many Kenyan homes where her products are the more preferred among the urban, upwardly mobile Kenyan woman.

Last year, Wokabi, 39, sold her company to the Flame Tree Group, a Nairobi Stock Exchange-listed manufacturing group. She still works in the company as SuzieBeauty’s Chief Creative Officer.

Suzie Wokabi, the founder of Suzie Beauty products. She is one of the most Famous women in business around East Africa, Currently Chief Creativity officer at the company

Suzie studied International Relations in college, and thereafter went to pursue a career in the fashion and beauty industries in New York. That’s where she discovered her love for beauty. She worked for Clinique as well as MAC, trained well by both. She also attended a make-up school in LA to study media make-up. She was away in the US for almost 10 years and moved back home to Nairobi in 2007 to work as a make-up artist. She found a gap in the retail cosmetics space (all products imported and overpriced) and decided to try and fill it, with SuzieBeauty.

Drug Trafficking made in Kenya: The Art of the big Fish.

Whenever the word Drug Baron is mentioned, Our minds quickly figure and imagine a moustached Short guy from Columbia or Mexico. We have been used to the “El” names in the Narcotics business. We all know how wealthy this guys are, how their business is huge and how ruthless they are to anyone who crosses their paths. We have also heard how Gentle and human they are, generally showing love and support to the poor and in exchange receiving loyalty and following from common men.

Heroin packages, Dollar bills and Firearms. The perfect Starter pack and settings for notoriety

But one thing that really go unnoticed, is the role of Kenya in the drug trade. While it seems well covered, Kenya is one of the greatest drug capitals of the world. We produce some of the biggest names in the narcotics kingpinly who are mostly covered on other high level activities in the country. They live lavishly on beach mansions, drive huge cars and fly private to the world’s most exclusive destinations (Though they are prohibited in many countries already).

Marijuana is the most widely and traded drug in Kenya. Abused by Over 30% of the population. It is also an exported good to neighboring Somalia, Sudan, Tanzania and further across the boulders.

While marijuana is common though illegal, it is not the main art of the big Gammer, it is traded by the “Rich Guys” who in reality are just the average middle class Kenyans. It is cheap around Kenya and used by 3 in 10 of the Kenyans. Heroin and Cocaine are the two major businesses of the wealthy cartels who are also involved in Corruption, Tax evasion, land grabbing and Murder. All these things go together and they are the characteristics of the Kingpins all around the World.

Opium is also grown in hidden fields across the Country. It is the major ingredient in the production of Heroin, at times even abused in it’s raw form.

Many senior Kenyans have been listed by various authorities, and are still in probe on the matters. They include Kiambu Governor William Kabogo, Mombasa governor Hassan Joho, Senator Mike Mbuvi Sonko, former Assistant Minister Harun Mwau, former Kamukunji MP Simon Mbugua and Othaya MP Mary Wambui.

All of them were named in Parliament by Prof Saitoti but denied the accusations and have always insisted the report had no basis.

Cocaine is smuggled into and out of Kenya through the port of Mombasa and major Airports with help of Major officials in the government. Some Kenyan cartels Control major dealings on the Asia-Africa and South America-Africa routes

On June 1, 2011, just six months after the list was presented to Parliament, Harun Mwau was hit by new sanctions. President Barack Obama ordered sanctions on the businesses of seven individuals linked to the drugs trade, among them Mwau and one Naima Mohamed Nyakiniywa.


“This report to the Congress, under section 804(a) of the Foreign Narcotics Kingpin Designation Act, 21 U.S.C. 1901-1908 (the “Kingpin Act”), transmits my designations of the following seven foreign individuals as appropriate for sanctions under the Kingpin Act and reports my direction of sanctions against them under the Act,” the letter by Obama to Congress read.

Others on the list were from Mexico, Afghanistan, Colombia and Kyrgyzstan.

The Kingpin Act blocks all property and interests in property, subject to US jurisdiction, owned or controlled by significant foreign narcotics traffickers as identified by the President.