In the luo community, a wealthy man was known as Okebe, and this was someone who had a lot of farmland. There were also other categories of wealth such as owning cattle, many wives and children as well as being able to take care of many people in the community. Having money per se did not qualify one to be considered wealthy. The wealth had to seen to be applied for the good of the society.
Source: Luo Kitgi GI Timbegi - 30 minutes ago