Muthokinju Products, Branches, Owners, Payment Methods and Contacts


Below is what you need to know about Muthokinju,their products,branches,the owner and contacts.

Company Profile

Muthokinju was established in 2004 and became a Limited Liability Company (LTD) ten years later. The company opened a second and third location in 2013 after nearly another ten years had passed.

The company opened a new branch in each of the years 2014, 2015, and 2016, as well as two in 2019, four in 2020, and two in 2021. However, Muthokinju’s expansion took off quickly. The company employs around 150 people across 14 branches.

In September 2021, Muthokinju Paints received ISO 9001:2015 certification in a lavish ceremony that was attended by business executives, clients, partners, employees, and members of the general public. An organization seeking an ISO 9001:2015 certification must demonstrate its capacity to deliver goods that satisfy customers’ needs and abide by regulations, according to ISO, the standards organization.


The name of the organization’s co-founders, Susan Muthoni (MUTHO), Kimani (KI), and Barnabas Njuguna (NJU), inspired the acronym Muthokinju. The pair launched their hardware company after running a restaurant at Kenyatta Market, one of the busiest markets in the country.

Under their direction, the paints business expanded from a small hardware store with a little selection to a national distributor.

The founders of Muthokinju have ceded control of the company’s management to the following generation, nevertheless. While their daughter Sarafina Njatha now serves as the Operations Director, their son Benjamin Kimani now serves as the Managing Director and CEO. After graduating from college, Kimani joined Muthokinju in 2011 and quickly learned the craft before advancing to his current position.

James Kabugi, the head of logistics, Gerald Macharia, the head of sales, and Hatim Sheraz, the chief financial officer (CFO), are other members of the Muthokinju executive team. Due to the orderly transfer of ownership, Muthokinju was spared the ownership disputes that eventually cause many family-run businesses in Kenya to fail.



To market their products in its stores, Muthokinju has worked with paint producers like Crown Paints, Basco Paints, and Plascon Paints.


The business sells cement from a number of manufacturers, including Bamburi Cement, Blue Triangle Cement, Mombasa Cement, Rhino Cement, Savannah Cement, and Simba Cement.


The company also carries waterproofing solutions from Dr. Fixit, waterproofing solutions from Mapei, such as Mapelastic, Keralastic, and Lamposilex, and waterproofing solutions from Duracoat, such as Aquatech.


Muthokinju Kiambu RoadKiambu road Next to Oakhill auto
Muthokinju UtawalaOpposite the Administration Police Training Camp, Utawala,
Murang’aNext to Murang’a Motors, Off highway C71, Murang’
Muthokinju RuakaRuaka Main Stage, Next to La Miguela Guest House, Near Impressive Motors, few meters from Davis and Shirtliff, Ruaka,
Muthokinju KitengelaNext to Car and General, Opposite St. Paul’s Hospital,
Muthokinju KasaraniKasarani Seasons, Mwiki Road, Kasarani,
Muthokinju Roasters BranchAkai plaza ground floor off Thika Super Highway0799929975roasters@muthokinj
Muthokinju ThikaJomoko, next to Hash Petrol Station, Near Quick Shop, Thika,
Muthokinju JujaJuja Town, Barclays Building, Off Embu Nairobi Highway, Juja,
EmbuEmbu Stage, Next to Magunas Supermarket, Off Embu Siakago Highway,
Muthokinju KamakisKamakis, Ruiru,
Muthokinju NgongNgong, After Shell and Karen Village, Before Ola Energy  Embulbul, off Ngong
Muthokinju Kenol, Murang’aKenol, Murang’a Junction, Murang’
Muthokinju SaikaSaika, Next to Naivas Express, Near Weaver Bird

Modes of Payment

The payment methods include, cheques, Mpesa etc.


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