Kenyan radio personality Maina Kageni says he would be paid millions of shillings if he lost his voice.
Kageni made the revelation on Friday during his breakfast show on Classic FM.
This was after his co-host Daniel Ndambuki, alias Mwalimu Mwalimu King’angi, joked about Kageni’s radio career dying in case he lost his trademark voice.
In response, Kageni stated that he does not fear losing his voice as it is insured for a whopping Sh100 million.
“If I lost my voice today, I would be paid a total of Sh100 million… have you not insured your voice?” he posed.
Kageni, who is reported to be among the wealthiest media personalities in the country, urged King’angi to also insure his voice.
The 46-year-old is known for his opulence and fine taste of things. Last year he purchased a brand new BMW 2020 X6 for Sh16 million.
In 2019, Kageni divulged that inherited the entire multi-million-shilling estate left behind by his late dad when he was only 21.
He pointed out that there were no inheritance battles for his father’s property since he left a will.
“My dad died when I was two years old. Luckily for him, he left behind a will and after his death, it was entrusted to trustees,” Maina said.
He added: “Immediately I turned 21, the properties were transferred to me.”