Steve Mbogo, is this guy for real?

I couldn’t find anything listing him as the chair or former chair of Fly540, faulu bank or youth aviation.
He also claims he was named the richest guy under 30 by Forbes beating even that Indian Ugandan Entrepreneur who owns Mara group.

He seems like a close friend to Babu Owino too.

STEVE MBOGO is only 28, but in less than a decade, the Kenyan-born maverick entrepreneur has accomplished what only few attain in their lifetime. Steve began his entrepreneurial journey over 15 years ago as a high school student in St. Aquinas Nairobi, where he sold computers to his schoolmates and friends. That small trading operation grew into Capital Flow Enterprises, a diversified conglomerate with approximately $ 130 million in revenues, according to Steve. Capital Flow Enterprises has operations in 4 continents with offices in over 73 countries. Steve defies expectations. At age 28, the Kenyan entrepreneur has built an empire spanning real estate, manufacturing, renewable energy, ICT, Insurance, Aviation and investments that ranks him as one of the wealthiest people in Africa.

He is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of luxury goods company Capital Flow Enterprises. He also also serves as Non-Executive Chair of Fly 540 Airways and Youth Aviation Company Kenya. Steve Mbogo owns the Della wine estate, and took part in the development of the renowned Mimosa Golf Club. He also served as Board Chairman at Faulu Bank. Steve Mbogo was ranked the richest man Under 30 in East Africa, according to Forbes in 2014.

Steve also owns twelve 4-star Hotels across Kenya, thirty two apartment blocks in Nairobi, two insurance companies in Uganda, six Night clubs in Nakuru, Kisumu and Nairobi, and a flight training academy in Wilson Airport, Nairobi. He jointly owns and manages two law firms and three stock brokerage companies at the Nairobi Securities Exchange.

Steve is also a motivational speaker. He holds monthly motivational talks at Hilton Hotel, mentoring Young Kenyans and Africans on entrepreneurship, Academic excellence and moral uprightness. He is also the Patron of KUSO-Kenya University Students Organization, a powerful and vibrant organization with broad networks across all the 33 universities and colleges of Kenya.

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Steve also owns twelve 4-star Hotels across Kenya, thirty two apartment blocks in Nairobi, two insurance companies in Uganda, six Night clubs in Nakuru, Kisumu and Nairobi, and a flight training academy in Wilson Airport, Nairobi. He jointly owns and manages two law firms and three stock brokerage companies at the Nairobi Securities Exchange.

Me too.

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chemist i say

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Hehehehe

Ama landbroker to those chinese company setting base in Kenya… How I wish somebody angenichanua I would be a millionaire

Most ‘young rich’ Kenyan’s CVs nowadays are on steroids. They are beefed up with river road achievements to explain their wealth but the one thing they can’t fake is timelines. Some of these achievements take time and you just can’t fake that. There’s some guy who was talking about studying under hard conditions, taking a break, going back to study becoming a nduthi rider akapata accident, did some other small businesses etc. Now ashamaliza masters and runs his own company na miaka haijagonga thate! How now?

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Hata @Dodi took a break akawa makanga, akaendesha taxi etc n now ako na phd… Miracles happen

he is either lying about his age or his businesses.

Age isn’t a big deal in the African context which leads me to believe most of these people just want to hide the fact that most of their humble beginnings were as a result of a certain fishy government tender. That seems to be where all the money in Kenya is coming from nowadays

:D:D:D:D:D iko ukweli hapa

All that info is in his website which has nothing else apart from selfies.

@Steelo yes it has to do with marketing by creating fictious stories just like those saved people on how they saw a vision heard God’s voice hoping to sell more books/audio cd/ DVD… Motivation speaking isn’t free it seems thats the in thing right now.

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This guy is a fake as they come. Clicking is optional.
https://mobile.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=605332502920798&id=600954236691958

enyewe huyo jamaa is a fake kabisa

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Hata the standard did an interview, paid for most definitely.

I see young jamaaz are learning fast from the So-so-lights! Ati a bash costing Sh10 million IN A DAY? Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!

Wacha nikunywe my homemade iced tea in peace…worth about 8 bob.

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hawa journalist wakenya pia i ovyo. hawaezi fanya hata background searches ku authenticate hadithi zingine

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They know most people are idiots, true of course.:D:D

true we are so easily carried away by these fake success stories and then find our spouses pestering ‘why cant you be aggresive as steve mbogo??’

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But they’re paid not to, ara!

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:smiley: :smiley: The thirst for wealth is real