Citizen TV senior Reporter Stephen Letoo showed his Multi-million 6-bedroom house which cost him KSh 8 million to build.

Citizen TV’s senior reporter, Stephen Letoo, proudly unveiled his luxurious six-bedroom mansion, boasting a construction cost of KSh 8 million.

Revealing his polygamous status, Letoo expressed his intention for both his wives to enjoy similar accommodations. “If I am fortunate enough to marry them all simultaneously, then these six bedrooms will suffice for us,” he remarked.

Letoo extended a warm invitation to fellow Kenyans to partake in his upcoming grand public wedding at the Ole Ntimama Stadium in Narok.

With enthusiasm, Letoo shared a vibrant wedding poster on Tuesday, January 16, setting the stage for what is poised to be a remarkable celebration.

The poster warmly welcomed all, urging them to witness and engage in the joyous festivities at the Ole Ntimama Stadium in Narok. “I, Stephen Letoo, cordially invite you to the Ole Ntimama Narok Stadium for my glamorous public wedding,” he declared.

Scheduled for April 20, 2024, Letoo promised further details to be disclosed in the forthcoming months. Adding a unique touch, Letoo prescribed a distinctive dress code for the occasion.

Encouraging participants to showcase the diverse richness of African heritage, the dress code encompassed influences from Nigeria, Rwanda, and the Maasai culture. This fusion of traditions promises to render the celebration visually captivating and culturally dynamic.

This grand event follows closely after Letoo’s previous celebration marking the completion of his new home in Narok. Held at his residence in Enooretet Village, the affair attracted a multitude of guests from various social and political spheres.

The presence of prominent political figures such as Naroku Governor Patrick Ole Ntutu and Kisii Governor Simba Arati added to the prestige of the occasion. Notably, Letoo’s colleagues from Citizen TV also joined in the festivities, further enhancing the celebratory atmosphere.