Politicians from Kenya are among the most paid civil servants in Africa with they appearing at second place after Nigerian legislators who are in the lead. They are highly regarded as looters not really leaders as they assume the much treasured lifestyles when they immediately take government posts and this has left many Kenyans infuriated with this. They are accorded very high commissions and allowances which get them high living standards.
One of the things that are treasured are their palatial homes which leave Kenyans mouth a gap. These homes are multimillion projects with the right architectural designs and interior designs. They are also filled with luxurious seats, beds, televisions and many other things.
Some of these homes are ex Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero's house in Muthaiga which is adequately lit and its surrounding is exceptionally grounded.
Migori Governor OKoth Obado's house is another one that is built in the prime lands.
Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi's house in Uasin Gishu County.
Ex Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko's house.
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