Buzeki (Bundotich Zedekiah) Biography, Age, Career, Net worth, Wife, Children, and Source of Wealth
Buzeki was a big name in the city; his real name is Bundotich Zedekiah Kiprop. He came to the fore when he competed in the election of the governors of Uasin Gishu and narrowly lost to Mantago Jackson in the 2017 general election in Kenya.
Buzeki is an entrepreneur who owns many businesses and is interested in political affairs. Mantago was the most dangerous governor. Their campaigns seemed so organized with the mechanization of the brand and helicopters.
He was 43 years old as of December 2019. He was born in the city of Molo, where his mother lived.
For security reasons, Buzeki has done everything possible to keep your personal information, such as that of a woman, children, and family, confidential.
Zedekiah Bundotich went to the Molo Academy. He was very successful and joined Mang High School. He then went abroad to study sales and marketing.
He holds a BA from the American University and a BA from the University of Cambridge and other certifications in areas such as:
- Road safety
Buzeki partnered with the government of Kenya as chairman of the board of the Kenya Transport Association between 2008 and 2010.
He started as a street milk supplier in the coastal region in the early 1980s, and in 1988 Buzeki became regional director of milk sales in the Kilifi dairy sector. He saw a significant increase in sales to (Plantation Kilifi).
Buzeki was the first entrepreneur to introduce Tuzo milk to the coastal region. As a result, the region’s pioneering brand wholesaler, has increased traffic for future investment.
He discovered a gap in the market and then started in the transportation sector in 2004. He registered his business Buzeki Enterprises LTD in the city of Nairobi, Kenya. The company transports the shipment to any global address.
Buzeki has invested heavily in the business in terms of capital inflows. He acquired assets such as Buzeki trucks, low loaders, platforms, dumpers, oil tanks, side loaders, and helicopters to ship them overseas.
It is well known and has a famous name with big brands who find it so inventive. The companies they include UN-PAM, Port Land Cement of East Africa, and Bamburi Cement Limited.
Buzeki also has a logistics department in its business which supplies storage equipment to Mombasa and the city of Eldoret.
It’s not the end, Buzeki gave birth to a new baby in 2008: Buzeki Dairy Limited. The activity of this company is the transformation, packaging, and distribution of dairy products. Buzeki Dairy Limited was the pioneer of Kilifi and had a production capacity of around 28,000 liters of milk per day.
Have you ever wondered who owns Molo milk? Well, in 2010, Buzeki expanded its business by opening another branch in Mol and renaming it Molo Milk. This company had a production capacity of 250,000 liters per day.
He bought another herb in 2012 in Limur and called it fresh. Dairy company Buzeki acquired Brookside Dairies in 2013 under a $ 1 million ($ 15 million) contract.
Buzeki net worth
Buseki has a net worth of $30 Million. His income is mainly dependent on Milk dairy, Transport, all Self-Made.
Buzeki appeared in Forbes magazine as one of the ten wealthiest Kenyans. He made his first billion at the age of 30. The primary sources of his wealth come from the Buzeki group, of which he is currently CEO. The company is worth billions of shillings.
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Covid-19 deaths in ITALY per age group. The youth are LESS vulnerable. The MAJORITY population of AFRICAN countries are youth may BE this will be our game changer. Just if we can slow the rate of NEW infections. ?Tai ko Front . pic.twitter.com/mR0ecr6GZR
— Buzeki Kiprop Bundotich-OGW (@BuzekiKiprop) March 29, 2020