10 Expensive Things Owned By Kenya VP William Ruto

Today we dive into the billionaire lifestyle of Kenya’s William Ruto and take a look at 10 expensive things he owns and his lavish billionaire lifestyle.

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10 — Weston Hotel

One of the largest hotel owners in Kenya, William Ruto owns some of the biggest and best hotels in the counrty and they atract both the rich and famous as well as tourists from abroad.

His Weston Hotel is located on Lang’ata Road, right opposite Wilson Airport and sits a good distance from all the noise of the airport and roads surroundng it.

Ruto’s 4 star hotel features luxurious suites that are individually designed and the hotel has a number of up-market eateries including the Lelai Restaurant.

When he fancy’s a drink, Ruto can head along to the VIP Babu Lounge, sip cocktails at Club Weston or take time out in the pool and sauna.

Traditional Kenyan Afternoon Tea is served daily on the terrace and for those looking for a wake up call, the Safari Coffee Shop is an amazing place for a coffee.

9 — Amaco Insurance

One of the main shareholders in Amaco Insrance, this firm makes millions every single day and is currently worth an estimated $50 million dollars.

Deputy President Ruto has access to a strong asset base and unique countrywide branch network with top quality services.

Africa Merchant Assurance Company Limited was incorporated in Kenya in the year 2000 and licensed to transact General insurance business.

8 — Range Rover Sport

The first in a series of cars that belong to Deputy President William Ruto, his Range Rover Sport gives him a smooth and powerful ride with navigation control, parking assist and has a roomy and comfortable interior.

His range rover is thought to have cost around $80,000 dollars and comes with a top speed of between 124.9 to 175.8 with 221 horsepower and 0–60 in just 7.2 seconds.

Ruto has access to some amazing on-board technology including a 3G Wi-Fi hotspot, Remote Premium for connecting all smartphones and its own build in SOS system.

The car has its own tracking system should it be stolen and should it break down, there is a direct call available to Land Rover assistance.

7 — Uasin Gishu Mansion

Built on the shores of a massive lake and surrounded by high walls, this palatial palace is said to be the home of William Ruto and is located in Moiben.

Sitting on 20 Acres, the land where the property sits is thought to have been ourchased by Ruto in 2015 and has the main mansion as well as six other houses at the end of the compound.

The lake has a large path with Gazebo at the end and other features include a private airstrip with the whole compound powered by solar power and wind.

Understood to have a security system that includes dogs, motion detection cameras and motion sensors, its definatly a secure place to live and an even more secure place to have fun!

6 — Toyota Land Cruiser

Mainly used by William Ruto to travel around friends farms and countryside retreats, his Toyota land Cruiser features a top speed of 108.7 mph.

Ruto’s cruiser includes roomy first- and second-row seats, strong engine performance, and a good predicted reliability.

Ruto’s car has 19″ Bi-tone dark grey machined-face alloy wheels, JBL Premium sound system with 14 speakers and multi-terrain select helps with those sudden weather changes out in the wilderness.

The car has rear parking sensors, smartphone conectivity with Apple Car Play and both smart entry and push button start.18
Its thought William Ruto paid roughly $70,000 dollars for his cruiser.

5–680 Hotel

Located in Nairobi’s city centre, The Sentrim 680 hotel offers affordable and relaxing accommodation with easy access to most of Nairobi’s famous attractions.

After passing through the reception area, guests have access to the new Sentropé Bar and Lounge area with coffee shop.

Being located in the central business district offers guests airport transfers, free Wi-Fi in all rooms and a selection of amenities such as desk fans, LCD TV’s and minibars.

The hotel is also close to several landmarks including African Heritage House, Kenyetta Conference Centre, the American Embassy Memorial Garden and Nairobi National Museum.

4 — Private Helicopter

William Ruto has access to his own private helicopter to travel for business meetings and conduct government business in neighboring counties and other places within Kenya.
Ruto has access to a number of helicopters, however he is thought to own an Airbus H145 which he flies in regularly.

The Airbus H145 comes with a price tag of between $2 million and $5 million dollars and can travel up to 500km in a single flight.

There are several saftey features built in, including the Helionix Avionics System, which significantly reduces the workload of the pilot and enables the helicopter to fly and land even after experiencing a screen display failure.

The cockpit is Night Vision Goggle enabled and can carry up to 10 passengers and one pilot or 2 pilots and 9 passengers for one journey.

3 — Karen Mansion

Known as the Hustlers Mansion, this massive home is now thought to have been turned into a private guest house.

The party that Ruto belongs to were apparently unhappy with him and decided to try and evict him from the property and instigate impeachment proceedings that never ended up happening.

The home is situated in a large lot of land and features a number of guest suites with the property more of a hotel than a home.

2 — Rental Property Company

Located in Ongata Rongai, this block of 72 flats was recently let to the national police force for a reduced fee and its understoon that Ruto lost out on a considerable amount of income from the decision.

Named Ongata Rongai, the Ruto family also owns a number of other properties including O’sere Flats which houses 170 properties and Easton Apartments which feature another 100 apartments.

1 — Hubot Big-Bang Watch

When William Ruto is travelling for business purposes, telling time is a must and he gets to do this in style thanks to his Hublot Big Bang Rose Gold Wrist Watch.

This watch has a price tag that not many can afford but thanks to his millions, Ruto is estimated to have paid somewhere in the region of $70,000 dollars.

His Unico King Gold Diamonds Automatic also has water resistance up to 100 metres and is powered by automatic movement.

Secured with a black structured rubber strap, the watch has an 18ct king gold case with a matte black skeleton dial and 126 glistening diamonds with a total carat weight of 1.1ct.

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