List of alleged properties owned by the late Fidel Odinga

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Fidel Odinga
Fidel Odinga

The late Fidel Odinga is in the headlines after news emerged that his widow and his Fidel’s family are embroiled in a court case regarding his properties.

We at Sonkonews have been able to cobble up a lit of the properties that the man had when he was alive. The late son of Raila Odinga is said to have had extensive investments in Kisumu.

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The properties are;

Dubai Mall on the Kisumu Kericho Highway near Nyamasaria

The Extensive Shopping Mall has Choppies Supermarket as the anchor tenant. It has over 50 shops, hotels and hardware that serve the populous and busy area. Rental income is estimated at Sh 2 million per month.

Dubai complex allegedly owned by Fidel Odinga
Dubai complex allegedly owned by Fidel Odinga

Translake estate
This is a comprehensive development on 5 acres consisting of a total of 190 units broken down into; Five blocks of a total of 50 units of 3 bedroom apartments, master ensuite; 2 blocks of a total of 20 units of 2 bedroom apartments and 20 maisonettes with dsqs.

Translake estate allegedly owned by Fidel Odinga
Translake estate allegedly owned by Fidel Odinga

The stunning exterior aesthetic comprises a stone and paint finish, with exceptional internal decor comprising of ceramic tile flooring, granite worktops for the kitchen and MDF wardrobes.


Insiders say that Fidel was one of the 7 investors who put up money to build the huge estate on the way to Kibos. Apartments are selling between Sh 5.5 to 6.5 and maisonettes for 7.5 million.

Royal City Hotel

The hotel has been facing tough times after his death as seen by the broken down photo below. In addition, it hasn’t been getting the high stream of State business associated with the major Royal Swiss.

 Royal City Hotel allegedly owned by Fidel Odinga
Royal City Hotel allegedly owned by Fidel Odinga

The late Fidel was even rumoured to own Gudka Estate Carwash on the way to Manyatta.

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