Wealthy Kenyans are identified for acquiring some of the most lavish and extravagant households in the nation.

Kenyans.co.ke on Thursday, March 18, spoke to Peter Mutinda, an interior designer to locate out more about the exotic parts owned by the country’s richest.

The inside designer advised Kenyans.co.ke that the residence decorations differed from household to home, and depending on the owner’s taste.

Former Makueni senator, Mutula Kilonzo kept three lions and two cheetahs in his Machakos ranch

Previous Makueni senator, Mutula Kilonzo saved 3 lions and two cheetahs in his Machakos ranch


“I have decorated many residences considering the fact that I started my career, but nearly all of my clients often request for a chandelier. Some of them import the chandeliers, though other people buy locally. Some of the chandeliers price tag Ksh50,000, even though other individuals expense hundreds of thousands. It all relies upon on where by you invest in from,” he reported.

Mutinda went on to increase that the mansions and maisonettes owned by the prosperous boasted huge terraces although some others had even mausoleums.

Previous Nairobi governor Mike Sonko’s Mua residence, which is valued at Ksh150 million, has a loved ones mausoleum wherever his father is buried. The Mua dwelling also a conference corridor and a location where the names of the family users are engraved on the floor.

Former Makueni senator, Mutula Kilonzo, retained a few lions and two cheetahs in his Machakos ranch. Reports point out that the late senator put in virtually Ksh 1 million each and every thirty day period to feed the animals.

Mutinda added that in addition to the chandeliers, the rich also experienced massive basic safety boxes, gigantic guide shelves that crammed complete walls, uncommon artefacts and designer household furniture.

“The products made use of in some of the houses are imported from abroad. The houses are decorated utilizing condition of the artwork products and the paintings are personalized built, “he claimed.

The number of Kenya’s tremendous abundant is 1 of the fastest developing in the world, with the richest 10% Kenyans earning an average of 23 periods far more than the poorest 10% in accordance to Oxfam Worldwide.


Ruto’s property in Karen is a single of the most highly-priced residences in the region