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EALA MP’s son shows off his multi-million car collection (photos)

by Enock Ndayala

The luxurious lifestyle of Rodgers Kipembe, the son of former Tigania East MP Mpuru Aburi has left many Kenyans talking.

Kipembe, a supporter of the Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya coalition party flag bearer Raila Odinga, is never shy to show off his opulence on social media.

The outspoken young politician, took to social media to share photos that show he eats life with a big spoon.

A fleet of high-end cars and expensive clothes welcomes anyone who cares to visit Kipembe’s social media accounts.

In one of his latest media interviews, the father of two sensationally said that he owns close to 20 luxurious vehicles for his personal use including six Mercedes Benz vehicles. This is exclusive to his business vehicles.

The businessman-cum politician who said he loved cars since his childhood confirmed that he does not depend on his father’s wealth.

“I have loved cars ever since I was a child and have several vehicles,” he admitted.

Kipembe, who seems to have an undying love for European machines was sometimes back pictured standing next to a sleek, blue Mercedes Benz.

He has also previously posted a photo with a Porsche Cayanne, an equally expensive car.

A Porsche Cayenne worth around KSh 9 million and three SUVs made by Land Rover are some of the heavy machines owned by the National Ordinary People Empowered Union (NOPEU) party secretary-general.

He also owns a Land Rover Discovery worth around KSh 8 million and a custom Defender worth KSh 5 million and a sleek Range Rover worth around KSh 15 million.

Kipembe is the son of East Africa Legislative Assembly (EALA) MP Mpuru Aburi, who usually refers to himself as Raila Odinga’s brother.

Unlike it is for other seasoned politicians who enjoy the backing of their families, Kipembe does not subscribe to the political alignment of his father.

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