Aisha Jumwa is one of Deputy President William Ruto's close associates and among the most outspoken Coast leaders.
The Malindi MP is recognized for her harsh stands as well as her simplicity and passion for the Swahili Dera.
The legislator enjoys a life befitting a queen in her Malindi mansion.
Jumwa's residence is a one-story structure with a huge portrait of her hanging on the wall beside the stairwell leading to the first floor.
The property is enormous, with a large living room with a giant television and a stylish design.
The maroon leather chairs of Jumwa's safe haven are likewise laced with a golden colour.
A king-sized bed stands opposite the living room, painted in maroon and gold, which appear to be Jumwa's favourite colours.
The walls are a work of art, with inviting colours ranging from cream to white painted on them.
The expansiveness of the mansion, as well as its tinted windows, can be seen from the outside. It's also encircled by a paved road and a lush lawn.
A black Range Rover can be seen parked at the right end of the house in the video. Jumwa takes time out from time to time to weed and water the flowers in front of her house. Palm trees, planted in a symmetrical fashion, are among the trees in her compound.
Politicians are known for their extravagant lifestyles, as seen by peeks of their homes.
Aisha Jumwa is in the league of Milicent Omanga, Anne Waiguru, Mike Sonko and William Kabogo who own exquisite mansions.
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