Celebrities Who Went to Schools That Cost Ksh1 Million Per Year

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By  | May 26, 2023, 09:33 AM  | Top of The

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There are numerous examples of celebrities who rose from poverty to fame. How their parents were unable to pay their tuition yet still managed to get by.

However, some people were born into wealth. Let's say they never lacked anything. They were accepted into prominent colleges and universities both within and outside of the country.

Here are four famous people who went to top schools.

Janet Mbugua

Celebrated media personality Janet Mbugua is the founder of the Inua Dada foundation. A foundation that seeks to empower young girls towards achieving what they want in life. 

Brookhouse, which costs 2.1 million shillings per year, was where the former news anchor went to school.

Waihiga Mwaura

The outspoken Citizen TV news anchor went to Nairobi's Rusinga High School.

Waihiga Mwaura, an award-winning news anchor, attended Rusinga High School, which costs 1.2 million shillings per year.

Ian Munene

Almasi, a former Machachari actor, is one of the Kenyan superstars who went to Brookhouse School.

Ian Munene rose to fame after starring in the comic series Machachari. He went to Brookhouse School. Brookhouse charges 2.1 million for students in grades 12 and 13.

Nick Mutuma

At the International School of Tanganyika, the Kenyan actor and film director completed his primary education.

Nick Mutuma is a director as well as an actor. He received his primary schooling at the International School of Tanganyika before enrolling at Braeside School in Nairobi.

Size 8

Size 8, a popular gospel singer, attended State House Girls for a few years before winning a scholarship that allowed her to move to Hillcrest High, the most costly school in the area.

We currently may not know the exact amount she paid as fees but it most certainly was more than a million Kenyan shillings.

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