Exclusive: A peek inside Caroline Mutoko’s impressive car collection!
Get ready to buckle up and take a thrilling tour of Caroline Mutoko’s garage! The media personality has owned an impressive collection of cars that will make you green with envy.
From her first car at the age of 20, Mutoko has come a long way and now boasts of owning eight stunning cars.
Her collection includes top-notch models like the Toyota Land Cruiser V8, Toyota Prado 2018, and Range Rover Evoque.
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For Mutoko, owning a car at a young age was not a pipe dream. In an exclusive interview with Nairobi News, Mutoko revealed that her mother was the driving force behind her purchase.
“I always use my mother and grandmother as my reflection point. Right now, I own eight cars,” Mutoko shared.
As I listened to Mutoko speak passionately about her achievements, I couldn’t help but realize that she was a firm believer in the old adage that hard work pays off.
She has always worked hard to achieve her goals and provide her two children with a better life.
Last year, she even bought her kids 5 hectares of land each, stating that it’s essential for families to strive for progress from one generation to the next.
“My grandmother never owned anything, not land, nothing. My mother bought her first piece of real estate at 45 years. She pushed me to do the same in my 20s,” Mutoko shared.
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Mutoko’s mother bought her first piece of land in Syokimau in 1996; in 2005, she bought another in Kitengela.
“Now it’s my turn to get my 11-year-old and four-year-old to start their investment journey. Each generation must do better than the last,” she added.
The media personality who has ventured into content creation in the online space firmly believes that one can get whatever one wants as long as they don’t give up. Even if it’s a seemingly small amount, like Ksh 50,000, Mutoko won’t leave it on the table.
“I don’t know which fool told you that Sh50,000 is not money. It does not matter that I live in a space where I will get paid and work between 10,000 dollars, 20,000 dollars and then someone will come with Sh50,000. I will jump on it because that will fuel my car for a minute,” she emphasized.
Although Mutoko has achieved remarkable success, she remains humble and credits her mother for always encouraging her to aim for more.
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