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Obia ‘The Don’ flaunts Mayback motorbike

By Freya Wanjiku October 11th, 2022 2 min read

Flamboyant businessman Kevin Obia alias Kevin Kleigh, aka The Don has flaunted his Maybach and Harley Davidson bike.

The motorcycle is estimated to cost up to Sh 5 million depending on the model and year of manufacture.

Businessman Kevin Obia flaunts new motorbike

This is not the first time he is showing off his assets.

A few months back, he opened doors to his car garage to his fans, highlighting had high-end vehicles including a Maserati Ghibli III 2019 model which costs about Sh 9.3m.

The car did not bear a license plate number.

The businessman also has a controversial past.

In 2021, he was sentenced to a year in jail for defrauding Christian Gallati, an Australian national, off Sh13.7 million in a fake gold scam.

Known for his opulent lifestyle, Obia was charged with obtaining the cash from Gallati at Hilton Hotel, Nairobi, on May 1st, 2015, by falsely pretending he was in a position to sell him 7kgs of gold.

Chief Magistrate Francis Andayi slapped him with a one-year prison sentence or a fine of Sh300,000.

Additionally, Obia also faced a second count of attempting to defraud Mr Gallati $570,000 (Sh54.1million) on May 18, 2015, claiming he was in a position to sell him 13kg of gold.

Obia defended himself, telling court he was framed by the police and knew nothing about the fake gold trade.

Besides the links to fake gold scandals, Obia who doubles up as the Chief Executive of A1 entertainment is also known to throw exquisite birthday parties for himself, events that are graced by the who is who in town.

He was recently in attendance at a bash organized by celebrities, and political and business associates to celebrate President William Ruto’s August 2022 election victory.

Through his Instagram stories, he shared a photo on his way to State House which he captioned, ‘enter like a boss.’

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