Kagame’s son moves into lavish Ksh. 767 million Beverly Hills mansion
Ivan Kagame, the eldest
son of Rwanda President Paul Kageme, has moved into a Ksh. 767 million (USD 6.9
million) mansion in Los Angeles’ Beverly Hills estate.
Ivan, who is a successful entrepreneur with an MBA from the University of South Carolina, moved into the house that was previously owned by Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn and her ex-husband, ice hockey star P.K. Subban.
It is still unclear clear who currently owns the former Vonn-Subban estate, or whether Ivan is the owner himself or merely rents it. The property is however registerd under a company owned by Ivan's close associate.
The 5,500 square feet house boasts of having four bedrooms, six bathrooms, a three car garage that has a tesla charging station and a high end security system that fortifies the half acre property.