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Jaguar Shows Off His Impressive House In Viral Photos

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Jaguar in front of his palatial home. Photo: Jaguar.

Musician and former Starehe MP Jaguar has shown off his impressive palatial house.

In photos shared on his social media platforms, Jaguar is seen posing in the parking lot of the house.

Several photos then show the impressive house with a modern design.

The spacious home has a well-done lawn and a huge parking area.

The musician is also seen leaning on a white Mercedes SUV.

In the parking lot, he also had Range Rovers parked.

Jaguar also shared a motivational quote for his fans and followers.

“Success is not final. Failure is not fatal: It is the courage to continue THAT COUNT,” he posted.

Charles Njagua Kanyi, popularly known as Jaguar was born in a family of three.

Jaguar was orphaned when he was only eleven years old. The artist had to fend for himself by doing menial jobs to put food in his mouth.

He worked as a tout in the chaotic public service vehicles popularly known as matatus and that’s how he was able to raise money to pay his school fees.

In 2004, the artist released his debut single “Utaweza Kweli” under the now-defunct Mandugu Digital record label. A year later, Jaguar changed studios and released a string of singles among them “Kigeugeu”.

Jaguar won the Starehe Parliamentary seat. He nearly lost the race after underhand dealings secured the coveted Jubilee party ticket to his archrival Maina Kamanda in the run-up to the 2017 general elections.

The singer could not contain his emotions and cried in front of President Uhuru Kenyatta as he pleaded with him to intervene.

Uhuru came through and Jaguar went on to beat his rivals Steve Mbogo and Boniface Mwangi.