JJ Titus: Flashy Meru Businessman, Wife’s Car Collection Worth Over KSh 40 Million
- JJ Titus, a businessman from Meru, was thrust into the spotlight after buying his wife a pricey Jeep Wrangler
- The soft-spoken entrepreneur owns several high-end cars and is unafraid of showcasing them on social media
- TUKO.co.ke compiled a list of the luxury cars belonging to the romantic tycoon and his loving wife
Meru businessman JJ Titus set the bar high for men after getting his wife a Jeep Wrangler with huge off-road tyres.
Titus, who runs several businesses, including IT training and making cabro blocks, owns an enviable car collection as listed below:
1. BMW X3
Titus said he bought the vehicle for his wife as s gift in 2019 and has only driven it twice.
The luxury, compact SUV boasts great safety and reliability ratings.
The BMW is worth around KSh 6 million.
2. Toyota Prado
The father of three owns a black Toyota Prado, though its year of production is unclear.
Like many other Toyotas, the Prado is known for its dependability and ruggedness.
The SUV could have set him back over KSh 6 million.
3. Jeep Wrangler
The US-made SUV famous for its off-roading capabilities thrust Titus into the limelight.
The white Jeep he bought for his wife has a roll cage, which protects the passengers from harm should it roll.
She previously disclosed that the vehicle is worth a cool KSh 12 million.
4. Lexus LX570
The Lexus is arguably the crown of Titus’s collection.
A mainstay among Kenyan politicians, the Lexus boasts a luxurious interior, off-road capabilities and safety features.
Titus said his Lexus, complete with custom license plates, cost him KSh 24 million.
In September, Titus unveiled two new Isuzu FRR trucks used in his business. The two vehicles cost over KSh 5 million each.
JJ Titus denies doing illegal business
The entrepreneur rubbished claims that he was in the money laundering business, noting that he just makes better use of his time.
“People said I do wash wash but there is no such thing. I sleep for two or three hours on some days. I have two companies making cabro.
I have 300 cattle in Meru and also run a firm that trains IT specialists.”