What is my life about?
The car is owned by:
Kevin Mulei, who is known as the organiser of Groove Awards, Kenya’s 1st gospel awards show as well as being the founder of MoSound Events, one of the biggest creative event production & entertainment company in East Africa.
Being in his early thirties, he has achieved what many of us only dream of. Mulei tells CNN International’s ‘African Start-Up’ how his journey began: “The idea of starting MoSound Events came when I would go for events as a deejay. I would find out that the sound system was not good and so was the coordination. I felt there was a good opportunity to fill up the gaps”.
“Sometimes you have the money to buy that car but you realise there is a better opportunity to invest. When the season comes you will get all those things.” he said back in 2014 to howwemadeitinafrica.com and it seems his season of prosperity has finally arrived.
Priced at a whopping Ksh 25 million, this car is no joke, being previously named Top Car of the Year by Top Gear, it has since then driven petrol heads crazy and is also a hybrid vehicle, meaning its great for the environment.
This guy is a true example of how hard work and determination eventually pays off. Try not to turn green with envy….