Honourable Ann Waiguru is one of the ladies in the country that has proved to the country Kenya that not only men are suppose to own expensive mansions in the country.
Honourable Ann Mumbi Waiguru has proved her self to be very rich after her house which is estimated to might have cost her 100 to 150 million kenyan shillings surfaced into the public.
The mansion is a lavished, well established mansion painted in white and red colour which clearly shows that it belongs to a woman of good taste. The mansion is a two storey building built on a spacious compound.
At the gate entry is a metallic strong gate which has been joined to the perimeter wall using a concrete hence giving assurance of the security of the mansion. At the gate is also a well lavished house which seems to belong to his security person.
Inside the compound is a well designed swimming pool where one can swim. The compound also contain a spacious garage where she parks all her machines.
Here are some of the beautiful photos of the said mansion proving it to be worth talked about.
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