Gabriel Rwamba, United Kingdom


Gabriel Rwamba, United Kingdom

Gabriel Rwamba went from having no money to owning several recruitment agencies in the UK. A a self-made millionaire with over 8,000 employees in his firm, his company, Eulink Recruitment Company recruits temporary workers for the social and healthcare industry. It has several branches, and an annual turnover in excess of £8 million. Born in Othaya, Nyeri, Rwamba attended Kagumo and Alliance high schools. He studied economics at the University of Nairobi and obtained a Masters degree in finance from Thames Valley University, London, in the course of his entrepreneurial adventures.

Recently, Rwamba teamed up with Steven Kimemia, a former schoolmate at Alliance High School, to launch EaseMove Estates Agency, a venture that is taking the property market in northwest England by storm. EaseMove Estates deals with property sales, renting, conveyancing and mortgaging. EaseMove Estates is currently negotiating with Spanish and American property developers to facilitate the acquisition by Kenyans of holiday homes in Spain and Florida.

He plans to move back to Kenya at some point in the future, but we celebrate his making a positive difference in the diaspora, while he is here. Great job, Gabriel.

Source: Alliance High School Alumni Page

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9 thoughts on “Gabriel Rwamba, United Kingdom

  1. this man really inspires.he has gone to another level.to franchise his business.seehttp://www.matchoptions.co.uk/info/Franchising_section

    where does he get the energy?

  2. Hie with every passing days i believe in myself and my dream of making it big still flames in me.having known you for few years and latter seeing the success I’m more convinced through hard work and determination you can do anything you’ve always dreamed of only that you will do it better.congratulations.

  3. Congratulations Gabriel its good that you have lead the way,given us inspiration that we can also make it,its not easy to study as you did and get where you are now.thanx so much.Francis (Coventry university year 3)

  4. Hi Gab,
    This is wonderful it’s good doing this coz it encourages and give hope to people who are jobless and even those who earn little income to work harder for a better future

    Congrats!

    James

  5. I am really ispired by gabriels hard work, this make me have hope that from nothing one can be someone, keep it up brother.I will not mind to have idears on how to start my own bussiness from you. please MR Gabriel email me. thank you.

    Kind regards.

    • good to know our kenyan friends doing well overseas.im also x kagumo high student living in nyeri.keep it up.

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