Bien Aime Barasa, Mungai Eve and Eric Omondi.
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Kenyan celebrities have ventured into different businesses aside from owning flashy cars, and apartments to now investing in nightclubs and are making good profits from their trade.

So who are some of the celebs who own nightclubs? Let's begin below;

Mwalimu Churchill

Mwalimu Churchill alias Daniel Ndambuki is a popular radio presenter, comedian, and TV Host. He is the owner of the popular Pavilion XV lounge in Kitengela.

The club is known for its electrifying music and nyama choma.

Eugene Mbugua.

Mbugua is a popular Kenyan film producer.

He is the brains behind top TV Shows in the country-  Our Perfect Wedding, Story Yangu, Being Bahati, Sol Family, Foods of Kenya and Get in the Kitchen.

He owns Number7 club located along Koinange Street in Nairobi’s Central Business District (CBD).

KRG the Don

Krg is a famous Kenyan musician and a businessman. He is normally referred to as " Bugha "

The Don co-owns of Casa Vera Lounge located in Kilimani along Ngong Road.

Eric Omondi

Eric Omondi is a popular comedian who claims to be the president of comedy. On September 1st, 2022, he posted on his Instagram page that he had just acquired a nightclub.

The club named Maxy’s Lounge located along Isiolo road. He revealed that he is intending to use at least Ksh40 million in the club’s renovation.

For instance, the sound system will cost Ksh 4.5 million, the furniture will be around Ksh 3.8 million, the lighting will cost up to Ksh 2.7 million, the kitchen upgrade at Ksh 3.9 million, and a VIP Bar at Ksh 2.2 million. I want to use this facility to grow talent. I will allow upcoming artists to shoot their videos here, I’ll be hosting talent nights every Tuesday and basically use this space to grow Kenyan talent,” he said.

What people really want to know is whether the club was his or it was just marketing.

Bien Aime Barasa

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Bien who is a famous musician and is the lead vocalist in the Sauti Sol boy’s band owns Manhattan Club, located along Mombasa road on the first floor of the Imaara mall.

His main reason was to create a place where he would have peaceful fun. He stated;

“I was trying to create an environment which even I can have fun. I realized that in my life, I don’t go out more often. Because I realized I get paid whenever I go out and it made my relationship with clubs more transactional and that is when I made a vow to build my own spot where I can feel good and have people have fun with me."

Betty Kyallo.

Media personality, Betty Kyallo launched her club in Karen at the start of this month. The club is known as Summer House.

However, Karen residents have been constantly complaining that the noise pollution is too much.