Jaguar Helps Former Street Kids Buy A New Minibus

(Last Updated On: September 19, 2014)


Kenyan musician Jaguar is one very philanthropic person. He has helped dozens of people and changed many lives.

A while ago Jaguar helped former street urchins to buy a mkokoteni which they can use to earn a living with. The group has now managed to save around ksh600,000. They bought a brand new minibus on loan from Central Farmers Garage. Jaguar helped them fund part of the loan but the exact amount is unknown.

The bus cost around Ksh4.5 million. It now carries passengers on Thika Road routes and the full loan will be cleared though monthly earnings.


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