Nicholas Kioko Offers Home Tour Despite His House Being Compared To A Police Station

YouTuber Nicholas Kioko and his wife Wambo Ashley recently shared a video tour of their new home in Kioko’s rural village. The cozy abode features two bedrooms and pops of vibrant colors like orange, black, and white.

Some viewers compared the color scheme to a police station, but Kioko remained unfazed by the online criticism. In a recent interview, he confidently defended his home, emphasizing that cultural significance trumps outside opinions.

“It didn’t bother me,” Kioko said. “Those who speak negatively can build their own houses. I don’t have time for them. They’re either unhappy with their own lives or sent by competitors to spread negativity.”

Kioko takes pride in his home, which reflects his Wakamba heritage. He explained the cultural tradition of bringing a deceased person’s coffin inside the house before burial, highlighting the importance of homeownership in his community.

“I’m proud of it,” Kioko said. “In Wakamba culture, a man must build a house. When you die, your coffin is brought inside your house first. So building a home is a top priority.”

While acknowledging his wife’s sensitivity to negative comments, Kioko assures her that online opinions hold little weight compared to the value of their home.

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