The late President Daniel Arap Moi spent time in Nakuru at his lavish Kabernet gardens in Kabarak, where he subtly withdrew from public view.
Moi was one of the safest people in Kenya and lived in luxury. After learning of his passing, many leaders gathered at his door to offer their condolences to his family.
The lovely one-story Kabarak home is flanked by sisal and palm trees, as well as well-kept flowerbeds. The rich landscaping and sizable lawn further demonstrate Moi’s appreciation for the natural world.
The home is situated in a grove in Meiga, Nyeri County, and it spans an area of more than 100 hectares. This home includes exceptional public service units that operate around-the-clock, a helicopter, and vortex tanks for further security.
The 100-hectare property also includes a guest house, security offices, employees’ quarters, and a country where hundreds of people may be lodged.
In the provinces of Nairobi, Nakuru, Narok, and Kiambu, Uhuru constructed four palaces as retirement preparations. among them:
1. State House- Nairobi
A 700 million shilling home owned by Kenyatta was personally supervised during construction and is located close to the Nairobi State House.
2. Gatundu South Kiambu County’s Ichaweri house
In 2018, contractors started working under strict security on the palace that was being built in Uhuru’s hometown by the British for Kenyatta.
The family has set aside a plot of property for the Presidential Library, Museum, and Public Policy Institute, which are all situated on the farm’s unusual V-shaped entrance on Kenyatta Road.
In the 1,000-acre Oloolmongi estate in the Lolgorian neighborhood close to the Masai Mara is another villa that was created to greet Uhuru Kenyatta following his retirement.
Near the Nakuru Expressway in Eldoret, the home and farm are located on a 4000 acre plot of property. On his property, Uhuru keeps over a thousand animals.
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