Former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo is among the wealthiest individuals in the country and is never afraid of showing off some of his multi-million assets.

The former county boss owns a multi-million lavish home in Windsor, Kiambu County.

Images of the home shared by the former governor or his lastborn son, Alvin Kabogo have always left Kenyans amazed.

The house can easily be mistaken for a five-star hotel, considering the number of amenities within the compound.

Sections of the house are fitted with a glass wall, which makes it kingly. The interior décor as seen in the images shared online is to die for.

The multi-million residence boasts more than one swimming pool along with a jacuzzi.

The compound has a well-manicured lawn, and a man-made dam in the rear. The home also has a helipad.

Kabogo recently shared an image of himself sharing a premium glass of whisky with a guest at his in-house bar.

The former Kiambu governor is also said to own another lavish beach house in Nyali, Mombasa County.

Kabogo is also the proprietor of the lavish Iguta Paradise Homes which are located along Kiambu Road.

The investment has 60 units of 4 bedroom villas with features such as en-suite bedrooms, master bedroom with a walk-in closet, home office, and private gym.

Reports according to multiple realtors and commercial property listings, indicate that the houses are being sold for between Kh40 million to Ksh42 million.

This means that at 100 percent occupancy, Kabogo will have raked in a cool Ksh2 billion through the sale.

Though the source of his wealth was long in question, the politician during an past interview with K24 revealed that he owns multiple businesses that made him billions.

During the interview with former Punchline show's host Anne Kiguta, the former governor stated that he is worth billions, without mentioning the exact figure.

This is after Kiguta posed a series of targeted questions towards how he got the wealth and his own character.

“What is your net worth,” posed Kiguta. “My net worth is figures,” Kabogo stated.

“Why do you want me to advertise here what I own? I’m a wealthy man, that I will agree,” he conceded.

He revealed that he made millions while operating a car import business in the 1990s.

"In the 1990s, I used to import cars. Then you needed a license to import cars.

"I remember my last shipment of cars from Japan to here, was a whole vessel with 175 cars. So if you are making Ksh100,000 per car, how much is that? Big-time money," he shared.

He also revealed that he was a supplier for supermarkets and was among the founders of the now famous Eastleigh Market.

“I am the one who started the Eastleigh Market…Here I am, clean as snow,” he said.