With just a day after he flaunted his expensive mansion that he built in his Kakamega farm, former Kakamega county senator honourable Cleophas Malala has revealed that his recently constructed mansion made him part ways with a Whooping ksh 200 millions.
Through TUKO news verified facebook page, while Cleophas Malala was having a conversation with his close friends in the recently opened home, he assured that that he will only live with her only wife and he has no intentions of adding another wife as in the culture of the majority of Luhya men.
He argued that marrying another spouse will force him to construct another mansion of the same design and he has no other finance to do so. In the last general election, he unsuccessfully vied for Kakamega county gubernatorial seat using ANC party and he lost slightly to ODM party candidate honourable Fernandez Baraza.
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