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12 Expensive Things Owned By President Uhuru Kenyatta

President Uhuru Kenyatta has an estimated net worth of around $500 Million Dollars, today Vidello Productions is taking a look at 12 Expensive things he owns!



12. Caledonia Estate Home

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Shrouded in secrecy and thought to be worth around $6,500,000 dollars, this large house has only ever been photographed from the top and is shrouded in mystery as to the contents of its interior.

Some of the features thought to be inside the compound are a private helicopter pad, a large swimming pool, second swimming pool next to two separate guest houses and an extensive drive away lined by trees.

The property is guarded by a re-enforced security system that includes an electric fence, bulletproof windows, high concrete wall and state-of-the-art alarm system.

Initially belonging the Aga Khan, the main home within the compound was demolished to allow for the upgrade to Uhuru’s specifications, with the president preferring to stay here rather then at the presidential palace across the fence!

The property even features its own mini-roundabout, it is that vast!


11. Commercial Bank of Africa

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Ceasing operations on 30th September 2019, the Commercial Bank of Africa was a financial services provider headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya.

Licensed by the Central Bank of Kenya, the bank was one of the largest commercial banks in Kenya with assets of approximately US$2.166 billion dollars.

In December 2018, the bank announced that it was merging with NIC Group creating Kenya’s third-biggest bank and became NCBA Bank Kenya Limited.


10. Rolex Oyster Perpetual

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When its time to keep track of time, Uhuru Kenyatta favors two types of watch, one of them being the $5,300 Rolex Oyster Perpetual.

The Oyster Perpetual is the lowest priced model of Rolex has to offer, but has been described as the bread and butter of the Rolex brand.

Some examples include the Oyster Perpetual Submariner or the Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona and all models feature 904L steel which is leagues ahead of even most luxury market equivalents.

The Oyster case is guaranteed waterproof to a depth of 100 metres, is crafted exclusively from a solid block of particularly corrosion‑resistant Oyster-steel and the fluted case back is hermetically screwed down with a special tool exclusive to Rolex watchmakers.


9. Mercedes Benz S600 Pullman Guard

The first of our cars and as you would expect for a high profile figure, its the best of Mercedes Benz armored cars.

The S600 Pullman Guard features a twelve-cylinder engine with 517 hp and a stylish interior with electrotransparent partition.

The Highest Protection possible is offered with the car and Mr Kenyatta’s security features include re-enforced body-shell and suspension, Run-flat wheels and the Armour resists military-standard small-arms projectiles.

There is a self-sealing fuel tank and a fire-extinguishing system, pneumatic emergency control system to slam the windows shut and a panic alarm system.

To complete the setup the car has 360 degree cameras, communication with the outside world via an intercom and the new COMMAND APS system.


8. Great Rift Valley Lodge and Golf Resort

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From its panoramic perch above Lake Naivasha, the Great Rift Valley Lodge enjoys one of humankind’s oldest views over the sweeping floor of the world’s largest valley.

Situated just a 30-minute flight from Nairobi, the lodge sits at about 7,000 feet above sea level and features all en-suite rooms, an 18-hole championship golf course, Abundant bird life, kids clubs and wildlife edutainment area.

The resort has been voted ‘Kenya’s Best Golf Hotel’ in 2015, 2016, 2018 and 2019 as well received the 2008, 2010, 2011 and 2012 World Tourism Awards.

Three conference rooms with state of the art technology complete this amazing place, that is thought to have cost over $1 billion dollars to complete.


7. Cartier Santos 100 Watch

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We are honestly expecting the comments to state this video should be named the watch collection of Uhuru Kenyatta and you can defiantly expect more watches coming your way… yet the £6,250 Cartier Santos 100 Watch really does have style.

Louis Cartier created the Santos watch in 1904, sealing his friendship with the aviator of the same name while the rounded angles and exposed screws of the dial really make this an iconic timepiece.

Features include an alligator-skin strap with XL triple folding steel buckle, black oxidized steel sword-shaped hands with luminescent coating and the watch goes further than most, offering Water-resistance up to 100 meters.


6. Armored Lexus 2017 LX570

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This 383HP Armored SUV is surely at the top of Uhuru Kenyatta’s list when it comes to traveling around safely from place to place.

Setting the standard for both luxury and security, the car features Reinforced suspension, Reinforced door hinges, Run-flat tires, multi-layer bullet resistant glass and perimeter protection of the passenger compartment.

Optional extras which Mr Kenyatta has access to include a Heavy duty braking system, Emergency lights system, Heavy duty wheels and Fire suppression system.

The whole car is clad in a thick armor plating which provides for protection against bullets, bombs and even grenades.


5. Voyager Beach Resort

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Overlooking a beautiful stretch of Nyali Beach, 12km north of Mombasa, Kenya, the Voyager Beach Resort features a choice of three swimming pools, indoor games area and water sports galore.

All 236 on-site rooms feature private terrace or balcony, air-conditioning, satellite TV, mini-fridge and coffee making facilities.

Other features on-site include a Sand volleyball court, Water sports center, Sports Bar, Shopping arcade, Laundry facilities and two tennis courts.

Superior Garden View Rooms are larger and are set among the landscaped gardens, while access to free WiFi is site-wide and transfer time from Mombasa Airport takes just 30 minutes.


4. House Calibre 1847 MC Watch

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Another watch for a man who defiantly likes to know the time Uhuru’s House Caliber 1847 MC Watch, made by famous watch maker Cartier, comes in at $5,000.

It is an automatic mechanical movement watch that runs at 4Hz frequency, it’s also one of the brand’s best-selling men’s models to date.

Fluid lines and a harmonious ensemble feature on the Steel case, key set with a synthetic spinel, silvered flinqué sun-ray effect dial.

Blued-steel sword-shaped hands and sapphire crystal case back complete another amazing watch in the collection of Uhuru Kenyatta.

3. Mara Interpids Luxury Tented Resort


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Resorts are quite a passion for this man and he has built a significant part of his business on them with this particular holiday camp located on the Talek River.

Mara offers elegantly furnished tents on raised platforms, and a terrace with a bar for spotting animals.

Tents include a wooden, 4-poster bed surrounded by a mosquito net, modern, private bathroom with a double vanity, shower, and flush toilets and even tea and coffee facilities have been included.

The resort has several small, riverfront dining areas, that allow guest to enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner directly in the African bush.

The outdoor pool is surrounded by sun-loungers, a library with board games and a playground keeps children entertained and hot air balloon rides can be organised at Mara Camp.

It has its own airstrip located within 2 minutes’ drive and has daily flights from Nairobi.


2. Arnold and Son HM Perpetual Rose Gold Watch

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What could look better on your wrist than a Rolex Watch? Well feast your eyes upon this Arnold and Son HM Perpetual Rose Gold Watch.

Described as one of the most alluring and precise Moon-phase Watches, this watch is not cheap, coming in at around $30,000 dollars.

Featuring one of the biggest moon-phase apertures on the market, the watch features a case made from 18 carat red gold.

The interior features a translucent blue lacquered guilloche moon disc with golden moon and stars with an Alligator Leather strap and water resistance stands at 30 meters.


1. Kipungani Explorer Hotel

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Completing our list for this Kenyan Billionaire, is the Kipungani Explorer Hotel, sitting at the edge of a 12-kilometre white sandy beach.

The resort offers kayaking safaris, diving and fishing adventures and often attracts those seeking a true desert-island holiday.

Described by many as a Robinson Crusoe style getaway, the resort has close ties with local Swahili customs and offers water-sports such as knee boarding, windsurfing and Kayaking.

Beach weddings and historic visits to Lamu and Manda are completed with the experience of a lifetime, snorkeling with dolphins.

Uhuru Kenyatta has created a true paradise in this part of the African Bush!


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