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List Of 16 Kenyans Who Made It To Forbes Africa 30 Under 30 In 2019



Sixteen Kenyans are among the top 30 young Africans listed on the prestigious continental award by Forbes Africa magazine to successful Africans who are below the age of 30 years old.

The Forbes Africa 30 under 30 list featured several Kenyans among them Kevin Njue, 27 a film maker, Karun, 24 a musician and Yaa Bonsu, 28, Fashion stylist 

In total, the 120 personalities from Africa came from four different categories namely business, technology, creatives and sport.

List Of Kenyans On Forbes Africa 30 Under 30 In 2019

Business Category 2019

  1. Sadaam Suleiman, 28, Kenya – Co-founder and Managing Director: DragonFly Limited
  2. David Kyalo, 29, Kenya – Founder and CEO: Koncepts & Events Ltd
  3. Shirlene Nafula, 27, Kenya – Founder and CEO: Crystal River Products
  4. Kimani Adam, 29, Kenya – Co-founder and CEO: Nature Expeditions Destination Management

Creatives Category 2019

  1. Karun, 24, Kenya – Musician
  2. Kevin Njue 27, Kenya – Producer, Director, Writer and CEO: Rocque Pictures
  3. Yaa Bonsu, 28, Kenya – Fashion Stylist and Creative

Technology Category 2019

  1. Jacob Rugano, 29, Kenya – Co-founder and director: AfricarTrack International
  2. Diana Esther Wangari, 27, Kenya – Co-founder and Chief Medical Officer: Sagitarix
  3. Eric Muli, 27, Kenya – Founder and CEO: Odyssey Capital
  4. Dorcas Owinoh, 28, Kenya – Co-founder and Director: LakeHub

Sport Category 2019

  1. Beatrice Chepkoech, 24, Kenya – Track and Field Athlete
  2. Emmanuel Korir, 24, Kenya – Track and Field Athlete
  3. Faith Kipyegon, 25, Kenya – Track and field athlete
  4. Sabrina Simader, 21, Kenya – Alpine skier
  5. Margaret Nyairera Wambui, 23, Kenya – Track and Field Athlete



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