William Kabogo, the former governor of Kiambu County, shared a of himself sharing a glass of premium whisky with a guest inside his multi billion home bar.
Though many Kenyans would have wanted to see what brand of alcohol the former governor was enjoying but he held the round bottle by its label.
A few centimeters away, sitting on the red granite countertop, was a bottle of The Singleton of Glandular - 18 Years Single Malt Scotch, with just enough content to fill a shot glass. At least we know he also enjoys his whisky spicy with a touch of vanilla, fruit and maple flavor notes.
The bar also featured a customized Chess board with unique handcrafted pieces for when he wants to engage his friend on a battle of the wits.
Above the businessman's head was a nice stack of wine glasses and to his back was the rest of his collection of premium alcohol. Lining the cream wall was boxes of rare whisky and a photo of William demonstrating his golf prowess.
A fully stocked home bar is one of the perks of being a billionaire with a taste for the finer things in life. He was recently captured saying that he was the first young person to buy a chopper in Kenya before both the late Nicholas Biwott and Simeon Nyachae.
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