Alvin Kabogo, the youngest son of flamboyant politician William Kabogo, is not a new face in the social circles. He is known for flaunting expensive items on his social platforms and living a life that displays opulence.
Alvin's Instagram page that has 24,000 followers is nothing short of pure luxury. The happy-go-lucky rich kid globe-trots in yachts, private jets, and when he is driving around the city to catch up with his fellow rich kids, he cruises with expensive sports cars and other high-end guzzlers.
In his latest post on Instagram stories, the stylish rich kid continued displaying a lavish lifestyle that most people dream of. Alvin or KabogoJnr as he is commonly known , posted a photo of a chopper coming to pick him and captioned it, '' When traffic ain't your thing,"
His wealthy father is among the prominent Kenyans who own choppers and anytime he feels like flying, the chopper is always at his disposal. Alvin is a graduate of University of Brighton in England. He is currently said to be working at his father's real estate company that is putting up lavish residential homes along Kiambu Road.
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