Houses are very important assets to any human being. Having a good house not only gives you a home security but also a symbol that shows your financial status. Most celebrities in Kenya live in rental mansions and apartments, but a few have made it and bought their own houses. Let's take a look at these five celebrities.
Being among the richest musicians in Kenya, one would expect Akothee to own a list of mansions, and indeed she has several. Akothee moved from Mombasa to Nairobi where she owns a mansion worth millions of shillings.
2. Mike Sonko
Nairobi's recently impeached governor Mike Sonko is famously known for being a man who loves luxurious lifestyle. He owns two very expensive mansions, one in Mua Hills and another in Mombasa, which is even more expensive.
3. Mwai Kibaki
The former president of Kenya qualifies to be in this list due to his Kshs 400 million mansion. He first refused to occupy upon its completion but then later he agreed and moved into it.
4. Anne Waiguru
The current Kirinyaga governor is a prominent figure in Kenyan politics. She owns a very expensive mansion which comes with a beautiful garden in Kihingo estate in Kitusuri.
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