• Mwenda Thuranira posted photos of himself showing off his brand new KSh 45 million ride on Facebook

• He disclosed that he gifted himself the car to thank himself for his hard work

When you bless others, God will most definitely bless you and this, Myspace Properties CEO Mwenda Thuranira can attest.

YEIYO.com understands Mwenda Thuranira has been big on real estate development in Kenya, youth empowerment and above all, philanthropy.

Mwenda Thuranira inside his new Range Rover . Photo: Mwenda Thuranira/Facebook.

Through his foundation, Mwenda Thuranira has over the past few years fed many people in need, paid school fees for the less fortunate and engaged in countless charity drives, all in a bid to put smiles on the faces of many Kenyans.

God saw his selflessness and duly blessed him with abundant supply of income which has fast been changing his life for the better.

The business leader recently broke the bank and treated himself to a super expensive ride, befitting his CEO status.

2022 Range Rover L460 costs KSh 45 million. Photo: Mwenda Thuranira/Facebook.

YEIYO.com learnt Mwenda Thuranira is the newest owner of a 2022 Range Rover L460 Luxury car.

News about the latest purchase was first made public by Mwenda Thuranira himself through a social media post seen by YEIYO.com.

The CEO posted photos of himself inside and outside his brand new Black Range Rover L460, followed by a short caption to inspire others.

Mwenda Thuranira disclosed that he bought himself the ride to thank and appreciate himself for the hard work he has been putting in.

“Niliwaambia kwa hii maisha, ukifanya kazi mzuri, pia shukuru mwili wako na vitu mzuri.
New baby in the house, who needs a ride…?”
Wrote Mwenda Thuranira.

Mwenda Thuranira with his Range Rover. Photo: Mwenda Thuranira/Facebook.

His new ride impressed many of his fans and followers who thronged the comments section of his post to congratulate him.

YEIYO.com understands Mwenda Thuranira is one of the few Kenyans with the 2022 Range Rover L460 Luxury vehicle in the country.

Worthy to note is the fact that the ride does not come cheaply.

A quick online search by this writer discovered that Mwenda Thuranira possibly parted away with over KSh 45 million to get his hands a on the crisp ride.

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