Otile Brown, a well-known singer, may soon stop paying rent in Kileleshwa, where he presently resides.
He resorted to social media to show off his under-construction bungalow on the outskirts of Nairobi.
He believes that creating a home from the ground up is more satisfying than purchasing one that has already been constructed.
“For real buying a house is not the same as building one. Building is special,” he said.
The musician also claimed that his cottage development will be finished in five months.
The bungalow has been under construction for the previous two months, according to him.
Otile, who used to be a hawker in Mombasa, is now one of Kenya’s highest-paid performers.
He was recently announced as a Techno brand ambassador, a deal that paid him millions of shillings.