President Uhuru demolished the house he inherited from his father Jomo Kenyatta that shares a fence with State House and started building a stylish, highly secure, bulletproof residence for Sh700 million.
The house, which has more than 20 rooms, will be completed days before general elections so as to accommodate as many visitors as possible.
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The state -of -the -art building will be complete with a concrete wall, high-tech electric fence, bulletproof windows and a state-of-the-art alarm system are among the security features. And 24-hour GSU protection.
The house is situated meters away from State House, Caledonia Estate.
It sits on a land that his father, Late Mzee Njomo Kenyatta was given by highness Aga Khan Just few days before independence on December 12, 1963