East Africa’s richest singer Charles Njagua Kanyi, better known by his stage name Jaguar is surely loaded.
The Kenyan politician, singer, entrepreneur and philanthropist paraded his expensive parking yard with posh rides like Lexus LX 570, Landcruiser VX, Range Rover Vogue and Sport to mention but a few. He posed next to his fleet of expensive rides and posted the picture on his Instagram with words “Keeping looking up..that’s the secret of life”.
Jaguar who started from a humble beginning was born in a family of three siblings in Nairobi.
He has risen among East Africa’s top and most celebrated musicians.
According to reliable information, Jaguar’s wealth and net-worth is estimated at $3.2 million making him the richest musician in East Africa.
Jaguar is currently spearheading campaign to help people of Starehe in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic.
“The Sikh community has donated tonnes of food to help residents of Starehe who have been affected by the Covid-19 crisis. This donation will become part of our Coronavirus Response Program where we provide food to over 1,000 families every week. Together, we shall overcome.
My heartfelt thanks to the Sikh Community for this donation. I would also like thank other donors who are contributing to Starehe’s Covid-19 Response Program. They include KCC, Indomie, Twiga Stationeries, English Press, Lotto Foundation, and the Deputy President, William Samoei Ruto.
Starehe is willing to work with anyone and at any time across political, religious, and ethnic divides. We believe we are one people and one nation. Therefore, we will receive and give donations without discrimination as envisioned in our national values and taught in all religious communities in Kenya. Together, we shall overcome,” Hon. Jaguar said.