• Inside the mausoleum is a lion statue - that lies atop Jaramogi's last resting place. There is a quote that you cannot miss once you walk in, it reads: "Freedom has a price".

• What catches the eye is the simba built by young Raila Odinga when he was just but a young hustler.

Vlogger Miss Trudy has taken her fans on a tour of Prime Minister Raila Odinga's childhood home in Bondo.

The compound houses Jaramogi Oginga's mausoleum, his house which is still maintained complete with the toothbrushes he used when he was alive and a well-curated gallery room.

Inside the mausoleum is a lion statue - that lies atop Jaramogi's last resting place. There is a quote that you cannot miss once you walk in, it reads: "Freedom has a price".

The gallery has photos and artefacts of Jaramogi's very illustrious life as a leader and politician, from his trademark hats, walking sticks and his assortment of fly whisks.

"This is an assortment of walking sticks used by Jaramogi when he was a member of different political parties KANU, KPU and Ford. Each has a unique party symbol," a plaque on the wall reads.

The house also has a wall of fame that is branded "Corridors of Fame" that has photos of presidents and musicians who have made a mark in the world. They include Thomas Sankara, John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Mahatma Gandhi among others.

In that entire tour by vlogger Miss Trudy, what catches the eye is the simba built by young Raila Odinga when he was just but a young hustler.

In Luo tradition, a man builds several houses during his life. The first is a simba, a house built on his father's land while he is a teenager.

Baba's simba is still standing strong.

Here are photos of the simba courtesy of Miss Trudy, swipe right...

You can also go on the full house tour by watching the full video below.