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A Look Inside Ababu Namwamba’s Exquisite Karen Mansion Worth Ksh 250 Million [PHOTOS]

Ababu Namwamba, assistant secretary for foreign affairs, slides a picture of one of the few law enforcement officials who can identify a factor or approximate class.

He is one of the most accomplished but modest leaders due to his sense of style, self-assured demeanour, and notable accomplishments in Kenya's political landscape at a "younger age."

In this piece, Kdrtv takes a look inside the former Budalangi Mp's opulent home in the Nairobi neighbourhood of Karen.

House of Ababu Namwamba

The home is situated on a one-acre plot of ground and has eleven bedrooms, a swimming pool, and is one of the most modern bungalows built in recent years.

The white mansion appears to have wings on opposite sides and three stories, with expansive balconies on the second level and large mirrors embellishing the interior, particularly in the middle of the two wings, to emphasise the scale of the house.

Just a few metres away from the homes of Kenya's elite, the modern mansion is an incredible work of skilled architecture.

The magnificent homes of DP Ruto, Raila Odinga, and Kalonzo Musyoka can be seen from this mansion's historic vantage point with spectacular ease.

An accurate recreation of the home might cost no less than Ksh 250 million at current market rates.

Ababu also owns a significant mansion that serves as his country residence near Budalangi's Magoye Beach.

Anne Waiguru, Mike Sonko, William Kabogo, and DP William Ruto are members of the league known as Ababu, and they all own opulent homes across the nation.

Deputy President William Ruto's presidential campaign on August 9 will be led by the former ODM secretary-preferred, one of the boldly emerging modern government officials.

The second in command was entertained by Ababu in late 2017 before travelling to Eldoret in January for Ruto's massive rally.


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