TOP 10 Most Expensive Kenyan Politician Houses

Raila's home in Kisumu is complete.
The house made headlines in 2014 after it was reported to cost a whooping Sh1 billion.
The palatial hill-side residence is located in Riat, overlooking Kisumu International Airport. It gives the former PM a near aerial view of Kisumu city.
According to sources, the house has close to 10 bedrooms including the master bedroom, all upstairs. It has four expansive kitchens, two main conference rooms, two small conference rooms and many offices.
A series of photos making rounds online have given an idea of what the just completed KSh 1billion place belonging to CORD leader looks like
- It has 10 bedrooms, Jacuzzis, a humongous helipad, conference halls, a theatre and state-of-the-art kichens
- It has been called by critics, the Raila Odinga's State House, a mirror palace of the Kenyan State House that Raila has been unable to clinch so far
The KSh 1 billion house on the hill, a pristine palatial home to the Coalition for Reforms and Democracy Leader, Raila Odinga has been called, albeit unofficially, Raila's statehouse.
It is now complete and stands stately and imposing on Riat Hills, Kisumu. It is probably only eclipsed in magnificence by Mike Sonko's palace at Mua Hills, Ukambani.
Critics say that the CORD leader fashioned himself a building whose magnificence, mirrored the Kenyan statehouse- a house that he has fought three times in a row to step in, unsuccessfully.
Aden Bare Duale, Majority Leader of Kenya’s National Assembly is one of the more popular politicians in the country.
The former teacher, now member of parliament for Garissa Township was inducted into politics by Raila Odinga. He is now the most vocal defender of Uhuru Kenyatta’s Jubilee government and as a result has earned the tag sycophant.
But politics aside, Aden is one of the more wealthier politicians in the country. Together with his brother, Noor Barre, they have built their own empire in Garissa County.
They own Nomad Resort, the second upmarket hotel in the town besides other commercial ventures, which include the affiliate Nomad Hotel in Nairobi’s Eastleigh.
Mr Duale is also married to the daughter of retired General Mahmoud Mohammed, one of two families who own and control most of Garissa’s wealth.
As such, Duale lives large. A photo of his supposed house in Runda estate has surfaced online sending tongues wagging.
According to Property Leo which; a real estate site, the homes at Karen Bel Air are roughly worth Ksh. 70-75 Million each.
The property is set on a private 0.5 acre garden enjoying scenic views of Ngong forest in a gated community of only 10 quiet homes, designed to enhance community living.
Just a stones throw from all essential facilities, schools, shopping centres and only ½ hour from Nairobi City Centre.
The homes have ensuite bedrooms with master bedroom having fireplace & balcony and a family room. Planned to detail and finished to perfection.
Open living areas with natural lighting, fireplace & patio. Separate dining, fitted kitchen with designer cabinetry and spacious bedrooms with built in wardrobes.
SQ for two, linen closets, spacious living rooms, covered carport and jogging track.
After Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission officials stormed the homes of 12 National Youth Service bosses including former Devolution CS Anne Waiguru on Tuesday, everyone is talking about the houses the officials who are believed to be involved in the Sh791 million scam live in.
Kenyans on social media were shocked after seeing photos of Anne Waiguru’s house that is allegedly worth 150 Million. The house is located in Kitisuru, Kihingo Village Estate, near the International school of Kenya.
Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero is a wealthy man. A lot has been said about how he got his wealth, but that’s beside the point.
Unlike most of his rich buddies, Kidero possess some impeccable sense of style. On a few occasions, photos of his huge house in Muthaiga have made their way online. Huge windows, cream paint, manicured lawns.. it is everyone’s dream house.

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