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Steve Mbogo reveal the price of his most expensive suit

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By Ureport | May 11th 2017

Starehe Member of parliament aspirant Steve Mbogo has revealed the price of the most expensive suit in his wardrobe.

The aspirant, well known for his top class attire, pricy cars and of course expensive lifestyle, spoke to a writer interested in knowing his wardrobe collection.

Speaking to the interviewer, Mbogo was quick to point out the various types of suits he had in his collection, including Masimo Bossi, Masimo Dutti and Canali. He then revealed that the most expensive suit he had cost him Sh800,000, which is equivalent to 8000 US Dollars. Apparently, he had bought it as a gift….to himself.

He claimed that he only put on the suit when he wanted to go strike an important deal and that it gave him enough confidence to approach anyone.

This means that the parliamentary aspirant owns a suit equivalent (in price) to one of US President Donald Trump’s, which is a Brioni, costing around 6000 to 1.7 million dollars. Which begs the question, could Steve Mbogo be having a suit much more expensive than Trump’s?

Mining, real estate, importation and selling of items from China are some of the few avenues where Steve Mbogo acquires his wealth and if his businesses continue prospering, who knows what kind of gift he’ll buy for himself next…

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