Prominent lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi, better known by the nickname Grand Mulla, lives a luxurious life that attracts many Kenyans and others as well.
The scholar revealed how he and his family were blessed during an interview on Churchill Live where he entertained comedian Dan Ndambuki in his multi-million dollar mansion.
From the video uploaded to Youtube, you can assume that they were walking inside a super expensive hotel based on the appearance of Ahmednassir's residence which is truly luxurious.
The back of the house has a lovely landscape and landscapes where they can hang out by the swimming pool.
Speaking to Ndambuki, the lawyer revealed that every part of the palace was donated by his clients when he was short of funds for construction and other storage from his case.
"You know when you run out of money and then the customer comes and pays you the money you buy the door or window. I remember very well that it was the customers who paid for all this," he said.
He said that his four daughters and his son all live in the palace.
Luxury cars of Grand Mullah
In his parking lot, Ahmednasir has interesting cars but likes to use the Mercedes Benz G-Wagon all the time.
The video shows a stylish Porsche car parked next to another blue Porshe SUV.
You can also see Mercedes Benz G-Wagon, Bentley SUV cars parked next to Land Rover Discovery 3.
This shows how the lawyer is richly blessed and also owns 200 hectares of land in the Isinya area, where he plans to farm.
The lawyer also has 250 camels which he said he wants to take to his farm.
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