Playing the role of a big brother is no child play but President Uhuru did exactly that with his younger brother Muhoho Kenyatta.
Those who have siblings know how much fun it can be to have people to involve yourself in mischevious activities with.
Imagine having a big brother who is a President?
Unlike Uhuru Kenyatta, Muhoho is more reserved and rarely craves for attention.
Below are things you did not know about the President’s small brother.
1. Mr Muhoho Kenyatta serves as the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board at Brookside Dairy Limited.
2. He is Uhuru Kenyatta’s younger brother.
3. Nicknamed MK
To his buddies, his nickname is MK while to his employees his nickname is Chairman.
4. He does not love attention
This may come as a shock to most of us given that we would give anything to be in his shoes, but the laid back guy loves his quiet life.
According to the Standard he once walked past a battery of journalists, literally into the boardroom of Mediamax on Kijabe Street without many journalists recognizing him or feeling his presence.
They only learnt later that the man who had passed right under their noses was indeed President Uhuru Kenyatta’s kid brother.
He is also one of the few top executives who can stroll into a supermarket, grab a trolley and proceed to the shelves, pick items, walk to the till and pay for them and walk out without a soul in the building realizing that he has been in the place.
5. Born in 1964
Muhoho is Mama Ngina’s youngest child. Born in 1964, Muhoho is 55 and going by the looks of it he seems to be eating life with a big spoon on the 5th floor.
6. Has 3 more siblings
His siblings are Christine Wambui who was born 1952, President Uhuru Kenyatta (1961) and Nyokabi Muthama (1963).
7. He is a graduate of Williams College, Massachusetts, in the USA holding an economics and political science degree.