If the biblical say of whoever has will be given more, then tycoon SK Macharia is a perfect example after his billionaire wife gifted him with an expensive Range Rover during his birthday.
In a video clip shared by his wife Gathoni Macharia, she held SK Macharia’s hands as she led him towards the parking lot where the car was parked.
However, one thing that could not go undetected is how SK Macharia reacted, almost unmoved by the expensive gift that the wife surprised him with.
To him, this was just like any other normal gift out there with no excitement to accompany the same despite the wife spending millions to purchase it.
Apparently, SK Macharia was never born a wealthy man and had to fight his way to rise from grass to grace.
The philanthropic billionaire recently opened up on how hard it was for him when he was growing up, explaining that he first travelled to the United States by bus with only KSh 1200 pocket money.
“I went to the US by bus. It took me nine months, with KSh 1,200, and left my father and three sisters without a piece of land in the village,” he suggested.
“Sadly nothing excites him anymoreFace with tears of with open mouth and cold sweatSmiling face with open mouth.. the givers are more excited”
“Ni juu ni pesa yake ndio imebuy no wonder mzae haoni kama ni big deal.”
“Looking at it like. Hii ni pesa yangu unawaste hivi happy birthday to him.”
“She probably bought the vehicle with his own money.”
In the meantime, SK Macharia has really invested heavily in different sectors including real estate, transport, banking, and telecommunication.
He is the founder and chairman of Royal Media Services which owns several stations which transmit in both English, Kiswahili, and vernacular.
They include Ramogi FM, Inooro FM, Musyi FM, Chamgei FM, Muuga FM, Egesa FM, Bahari FM, Mulembe FM, Wimwaro FM, Sulwe FM, and Vuuka FM. SK also owns Inooro and Citizen TVs as well.
As reported by Hivisasa, Citizen TV is ranked among the best stations across Kenya with the highest number of viewers. He earns handsomely from Gross Rating Point – a standard measure in advertising and Television Rating Point. It is a tool provided to judge which programmes are viewed the most.