May 28, 2022
Inside the Ksh4 billion Gulfstream G450 jet
  • Narok Senator, Ledama Ole Kina, took a ride inside the Gulfstream G450 jet reportedly belonging to billionaire Julius Mwale, who also accompanied him during his tour of California, US. 

    In a video by content creator, Gertrude Awino alias Miss Trudy, the Senator is seen taking the ride inside the luxurious aircraft that is estimated to cost an average of Ksh4 billion according to international outlet, Sherpareport. 

    During the tour of the jet, the Senator was amazed by the spacious storage compartments that come in handy for passengers with sizeable luggage. 

    Inside the Ksh4 billion Gulfstream G450 jet
    Miss Trudy


    The jet, which can accommodate a maximum of 14 passengers, consists of two power plant engines that are manufactured by Rolls Royce Holdings. 

    The jet has a maximum speed of 586 knots – an equivalent of 1,085 kilometres per hour. The luxurious jet consists of a normal range of 4,100 nautical miles and a climb rate of 3,760 feet per minute. 

    The interior of the jet consists of spacious cabins that offer superior comfort for its passengers. Further, it incorporates the latest technology, making it one of the most advanced flight decks in the aviation industry. 

    Other features include increased crew efficiency, temperature and lighting control as well as additional storage compartments. 

    The cabins can also be converted into sleeping bunkers as the seats can be articulated in different directions by controlling with buttons located on the side of the seat.

    Besides personal use, the Gulfstream G450 is mainly reserved for the American military. 

    Billionaire Mwale has been at the centre of innovation and technology for years and is the brains behind the upcoming Mwale Medical and Technology City to be constructed in Butere, Kakamega county.

    The futuristic city is estimated to cost Ksh2 billion. The Kakamega native currently resides in New York, US. 

    He recently made headlines when he was announced as one of the bidders seeking to manage Mumias Sugar, offering Ksh27 billion. 


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