George Wajackoyah is stinking rich/With a multi-million shilling bank account comes a lavish lifestyle that we can only dream of.
Wajackoyah has invested heavily from his luxurious cars to watches, suits, and shoes which he proudly parades for his visitors to his Karen home.
He also has several real estate properties all over the world, including the UK and US where he lives at times.
Eric Omondi visited the lawyer and in a video, Wajackoyah takes the comedian through his property.
Aside from its stunning decor, the Karen property features indoor and outdoor amenities to entertain guests. He says many of them are mzungus.
There’s a lavish office, featuring a reception, and several rooms where a battery of lawyers are working. He also has a mini office where leather chairs cost almost Sh5 million.
He has a main office where it is fully equipped with a bathroom, and a walk-in closet.Eric bowed down to the rich lawyer.
They then entered the home into a reception area where a secretary welcomed the Comedian.”I love it, nimetamani kukuja huku,” Eric shared his delight with Wakackoyah.
They later walk past a parking lot where several vehicles are seen parked under a shade.Amazing amazing” Eric adds to which Wajackoyah agrees “Yeah yeah yeah, this is my house,” the Lawyer tells.
The Palatial estate boasts an official office urging Eric to have a seat on the two seats in front of his desk.
He shows Eric the seats bragging.”This is pure leather from the UK. I brought guys from the UK.This is sh1.5million, one chair.” he shared details of the cost of each seat.
There were three chairs in that office in what he calls his mini office.In Wajackoyahs main office he also shows off a three-seater leather couch costing Sh2.8 million.
“This is where Koffi Olomide sat. Those are our clients.” He also showed a cabinet displaying his custom-made suits and collection of watches.
“You know I’ve got Luo blood. Luo blood is very expensive. People say I’m a mad man ” Wajackoya informs Eric as he adds that King Charles, are among people who buy the kind of suits he has.
“All my shoes are from who is who in the design world. I dont just wear anything, but you know in Kenya I have to be myself, I have to be rastaman, I put aside because I need my true Identity,”
He has about 28 watches. “The rest I can’t show, I don’t want uh… you know everything is secured here. This is just to encourage young lawyers that everything is possible” he assured.