Britt Collins | Kenya’s Rainman, Billionaire Magazine
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Kenya’s Rainman, Billionaire Magazine

Kenya’s Rainman, Billionaire Magazine

Patrick Kilonzo Mwalua drives for several hours every single day bringing 3,000 gallons of fresh water to the wildlife in Kenya’s
parched Tsavo West National Park. Great herds of animals that otherwise wouldn’t survive crowd the truck as he lets the water
flow into the bone-dry watering holes. “Last night I found 500 buffalo waiting patiently at the water hole. When I arrived they
could smell the water. The buffalo were so keen and coming close to us,” says Mwalua, who grew up surrounded by wildlife and
has a deep love and understanding of the natural world. “I could see dark, big giants standing beside us and drinking water while
I was standing there. They get so excited.”



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