Nameless and 6 other celebrities with mega-mansions (Photos)
They have breath-taking homes...
Wonder no more as we have gathered some of the most luxurious celebrity homes owned by East African celebrities.
To start us off is:
1. Hamis Kiggundu
The owner of Ham Towers in Makerere and Ham Shopping Mall in Nakivubo is one of the youngest tycoons in Uganda and he owns a super-swanky Hollywood-like mansion on the shores of Lake Victoria.
Top evangelical couple Allan and Kathy Kiuna are one of Kenya’s most popular preachers thanks to their incredible extravagance and flamboyance which is demonstrated by their purchase of luxury cars and their palatial home. The couple owns this high-class home in Runda which was a venue for her ‘Never Give Up’ video that featured Jamaican reggae and gospel reggae singer Chevelle Franklyn.
We all know Nameless as a musician but he is also an architect which could explain why their crib is so dope.
Last year, the musician/architect shared a photo of a mansion he was building and a few months later, the singer and his family were spotted outside the house in a family photo taken during the Easter festivities.
4. Zari Hassan
After the release of ‘Salome’ and the controversy that came after, Diamond sought to appease Zari Hassan’s spirit with this swanky crib in South Africa.
5. Bobbi Wine
Growing up in ghettos of Kamwokya, Bobbi probably didn’t know that he would grow up to be as successful as he is.
The Ugandan musician and MP-elect Kyadondo East owns an upmarket home in Magere located in the Wakiso district of Uganda. A house he has built through his music which is a huge accomplishment since he once sold grasshoppers for four months to raise cash for his break-out record ‘Akagoma’.
A few years ago, no one knew Akothee but she was the break-out star of 2015 thanks to her bold opinions and her wealth which she has never been shy about flaunting.
Akothee owns a huge mansion in Rongo which is allegedly valued at 100 Million Kshs, a beach front home at the Kenyan North Coast worth 120 Million Kshs and a house in Nairobi worth approximately 80 million Kshs
7. Eddy Kenzo
This BET Award winner owns this ritzy crib atop Seguku Hill and 1 Km from the main Entebbe Road in Wakiso. The house is 1394 square meters with 15 rooms, 5 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, a poolside and goes for more than 52 Million Kshs. The house is a perfect mix of lavishness and comfort.
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