See Inside Steve Mbogo's Million Dollar Mansion (PHOTOS)
By Orimbatyson | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 3 views
Steve Mbogo is one of those politicians who enjoy the best of the good life. In other words he has money and he is not afraid of spending it. Steve lives in a posh mansion in one of the Nairobi's leafy suburbs together with his family. His sitting room is made up of brown leather couches and an expensive chandelier that lights the entire room.
At dining table are white and brown seats and table and another Chandelier on a grey carpet. On the far end is a lovely pantry cabinet, and the TV area has a family portraits and a white and black table accompanied by a set of wall unit. This space is surrounded by a simple set of grey sofa set. In other words, Mbogo's house interior is refined through symmetrical balance of class and elegance with a clever use of space. Check out the stunning pictures below.
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