Seasoned Kenyan radio presenter, Maina Kageni is a proud owner of a brand new 2020 BMW X6 – the first of its kind in East and Central Africa.
Maina went to receive his new sleek All-Wheel Drive (AWD) early in the week, posing next to a podium with the words: UNIT SOLD. Just to confirm to the world that the multi-million machine was his and nobody else’s.
The BMW X6 xdrive 40i 2020 is reportedly the first of its kind in the East and Central African region.
During his Breakfast show with co-host, Mwalimu King’ang’i he was welcomed back on board after staying away for a while following health issues.
However, Churchill was quick to acknowledge the fact that his co-presenter did not return empty handed, rather, quite loaded.
Kayamba for Maina Kageni on returning to work. Magazeti wata penda. He bought a dream car and it’s the only one in East and Central Africa.
Struggling just to explain the finesse of the sleek ride that has rattled the East and Central African community.
It’s the only one of that mode. How can I describe the color? It’s a dark metallic chocolate.
For Maina, well, he was not going to hide the fact that he got a new luxurious ride, having achieved it all through his own sweat and blood to the last drop.
It was now time for him to enjoy the fruits of his labor and unapologetically so.
Life is short and you should enjoy your life whichever way you find, those kind of cars are my devil. Aki I have worked hard, my God, you gotta enjoy your life. If you can afford something get it. Life is not a rehearsal.
With Daniel Ndambuki admitting:
You deserve it unafanyanga bidii.
Maina Kageni’s brand new 2020 BMW X6 spec sheet boasts of a 3.0-litre Turbo Inline-6 engine, with a fuel tank capacity of 85 litres and fuel economy of 8.5km per liter, all inclusive.
Additionally possessing a 335hp (horse power) and 450Nm (Newton-metre).
It is also reported to be the only rear-wheel-drive variant presently, holding a capacity of 5 passengers inclusive of the driver.
Talking of the price range, the ride might have cost the Classic 105 radio presenter a whooping $64,300 which translates into at least KSh 6,854,380 (6.85 million).
Here are exclusive photos of the ride, captured by The Star.
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