Being the first Kenyan to score in the UEFA champions’ league in November 2012, Victor Mugubi Wanyama rose in rankings to become the highest-paid footballer in Kenya. His net worth is estimated to be 15 million dollars ( ( Roughly Ksh 2,000,000,000 billion ) with a weekly salary of 70,000 ( Roughly Ksh 10,000,000 ) . For many celebrities, such a high income naturally lays the ground for a lavish lifestyle. The defensive midfielder owns several sleek cars and two high-end homes, one abroad and the second one in the UK.
Victor Mugubi Wanyama is a Kenyan footballer currently playing for Montreal Impact. He is not shy in showing off the fruits of his success with his flashy cars and property. Here is a list detailing some of his pricey assets
- Volkswagen Crafter CR53 Maxi
This car has side protection that alerts him when he is getting close to surrounding objects. It is customized with a fridge, a coffee maker interior, and exterior CCTV cameras. What’s more, it has a play-station and 10-seater rotating seats. The Volkswagen Crafter CR53 Maxi can accelerate from 0-60 km/h in 10.5 seconds. It costs a whopping Ksh 25 million in cash.
- Hummer H3
The Hummer H3 has alloy wheels, leather seats, a sunroof, traction control, rear defroster, and running boards, to mention a few. This vehicle also comes with custom number plates with his name “Wanyama” inscribed on them.
- Mercedes C250
Wanyama does not hide his love for German vehicles in his car collection. It features
- Heated front seats
- A navigation system
- Back view camera
- 7-inch exhibit monitor
- And voice control systems.
- Lexus LX570
The Lexus LX570 is an 8-seater vehicle with a classy interior that packs a Rolex analog clock and a 16-inch touch screen panel. It also features surround speakers packed up all over the car to give it a taste of perfection.
- House in London
He owns a house in London which features a rarely luxurious design. Among other features, it has an accommodating pub, swimming pool, and well-manicured gardens. What’s more, it has the floor to ceiling windows, an office, a gym with a sauna, and several bedrooms. The bungalow costs a jaw-dropping Ksh 65 million cash.
- The Jaguar Xj
This car comes packed with a rotating gear shift dial and air conditioning vents that rotate open once the engine starts running. It also features a 10-speaker, 400-watt mp3 system with WMA compatibility, and a 7-inch color screen on the dashboard. He paid a staggering Ksh 16 Million for it.
- Kileleshwa house
This home features five bedrooms, a spacious living room, a dining room, and an office. It also has several upgrades, including an HV ac system and custom bathrooms. Additionally, there are decorative columns, marble flooring, a 3-car garage, and a two-story great room complete with a bar.