Former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale has elicited mixed reactions after a photo of his Malinya home went viral.
The follower of Hustler Nation stunned many after sharing a photo from his humble home with sons while watching a football match.
However, Kenyans were amused at Khalwale's state of his house where his two sons were pictured seating on plastic chairs.
The former Senator never shies away from celebrating his many sons and has been branded 'father of the dacde' after introducing a kid every year who did either KCPE or KCSE.
Kenyans argued that a leader of his status should update the look of his home while others are content with what Mheshimiwa has.
Here are some comments;
JK_Junior: Mhesh, this doesn't look like a house for a person of your stature, you can't even buy proper comfortable seats yawa!
Marvin : Wacha mhesh aishi vile anataka thats his home not yours. As long as he is happy
Munyasa Dennis ule wa nduthi: Haka katabia Ka waluhya kutandika vitambaa Kwa sofa though
Dr.William Ruto fan..junior Hustler: Update home appliances boss, don't embarrass hustler
What's your thoughts on this?
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