Politicians are these people we elect to lead us but end up scrutinizing all the government and making themselves rich.But sometimes it takes someones hardwork because also we have good politicians with good skills to serve people.
Alvin Kabogo is the son of former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo. He is Kenya’s closest thing to the west's rich kids of Instagram and version of a rock star. His Instagram is nothing short of pure extravagance, luxury and top of the range finer things that money can buy.
This young man owns almost everything he wishes to have, i mean all the things money can buy.He globe trots in yachts, private jets and his car collection resembles a car bazaar.
He spents alot of money with his friends in nightclubs and partying.People wonder if this is his father's money or his own money because his father was also a very rich politician.
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