Grace to Grass from making sh.1m a month now hawking mask in Thika .

Robert Muthee had a decent and effective life spread out for him like a renowned honorary pathway. He had figured out how to set up a productive photography business that made him a tycoon.

In his great days in Thika, Muthee made millions. “On a terrible month, I was getting like Sh. 250,000. On a decent month, I would make up to Sh. 1 million,” he said. Past the large numbers, Muthee’s line of business saw him hobnobbing with presidents and top government dignitaries and agents.


Today, all his brilliance days are essential for a disturbing memory that he would prefer to forget than go through his days thinking back. The once sought after Muthee birds of prey Sh. 10 veils in the roads of Thika.

“Before I began selling veils, I was in the photography business. I worked with numerous dignitaries including Kenya’s three Presidents,” he said. “I have worked with a lot of enormous individuals in the business. I have worked with modern monsters and tycoons like Manu Chandaria and Vimal Shah of Bidco.” Muthee was business big shot Manu Chandaria’s photographic artist where he was paid Sh. 25,000 every hour to cover his 50th wedding commemoration. He could without much of a stretch pocket a large portion of 1,000,000 in a day!

His transgress started directly about the time he was at the pinnacle of his photography and video altering profession. “I had a great job and didn’t owe anybody any cash. In any case, everything changed the day my companion, who is a shylock, strolled into my office with Sh. 200,000 in real money,” he said.

Muthee, on seeing his companion with the heap of money, wound up taking the Sh. 200,000 as a delicate credit. “He offered me the cash and advised me to return it toward the month’s end. I considered it to be an arrangement and took it,” he said.

I was a tycoon making Sh. 1mn month to month, today I peddle covers in Thika.

Robert Muthee had a decent and effective life spread out for him like a renowned honorary pathway. He had figured out how to set up a productive photography business that made him a tycoon.

In his great days in Thika, Muthee made millions. “On a terrible month, I was getting like Sh. 250,000. On a decent month, I would make up to Sh. 1 million,” he said. Past the large numbers, Muthee’s line of business saw him hobnobbing with presidents and top government dignitaries and agents.

Today, all his brilliance days are essential for a disturbing memory that he would prefer to forget than go through his days thinking back. The once sought after Muthee birds of prey Sh. 10 covers in the roads of Thika.

“Before I began selling veils, I was in the photography business. I worked with numerous dignitaries including Kenya’s three Presidents,” he said. “I have worked with a lot of huge individuals in the business.

I have worked with modern goliaths and extremely rich people like Manu Chandaria and Vimal Shah of Bidco.” Muthee was business head honcho Manu Chandaria’s photographic artist where he was paid Sh. 25,000 every hour to cover his 50th wedding commemoration. He could undoubtedly take a large portion of 1,000,000 in a day!

His transgress started directly about the time he was at the pinnacle of his photography and video altering vocation. “I had a great job and didn’t owe anybody any cash. However, everything changed the day my companion, who is a shylock, strolled into my office with Sh. 200,000 in real money,” he said.

Muthee, on seeing his companion with the heap of money, wound up taking the Sh. 200,000 as a delicate credit. “He offered me the cash and advised me to return it toward the month’s end. I considered it to be an arrangement and took it,” he said.

Evidently, subsequent to taking the cash, Muthee utilized it to gain new photography and video altering frill for his business. At the point when an opportunity to reimburse came that end month, he just had Sh. 180,000.

His companion said that he would rebuild the equilibrium into another credit. Muthee concurred. To escape this leftover obligation, he took another Sh. 100,000 from an alternate shylock and took care of the advance. Confronted with another credit, Muthee put his vehicle available to be purchased and reimbursed the subsequent advance. However, this was just the start of his cash issues.

He became dependent on advances and took advances at every one of the banks he executed with. At a certain point, a few banks gave him charge cards with over Sh. 300,000 for his spending. His dependence got so awful that at a certain point, he began purchasing vehicles using a loan from his companions who work in the vehicle importation business.

When he began to understand that he had a gigantic obligation issue, Robert Muthee had accumulated obligations worth over Sh. 4 million. At this point, no bank or companion needed anything to do with him. Broke and forsaken, he began washing vehicles in Thika at Sh. 50 for each vehicle. In 2020, he moved business and began selling veils around Thika, a business he is as yet doing as of recently.


“Eventually, I worked at a car wash. Life was truly hard. Priests and ministers appealed to God for me since I trusted I was entranced. I had arrived at a point where a great many people would commit suicide, however I decided to acknowledge my circumstance. I began offering covers in Thika to help my family,” he said.

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