12 June 2018

Kenya: Akothee's Daughter Hosts Lavish Party to Mark Birthday

Photo: Vesha Okello/Instagram
Birthday girl Vesha Okello.

Singer Akothee's first born daughter Vesha Okello celebrated her 21st birthday over the weekend by partying hard at a city restaurant.

The party was attended by her younger sister Celly Rue and close friends.

Pictures shared on social media showed a glitzy event where the birthday girl danced her heart out while being showered with money.

Earlier, Akothee had posted a special message to her daughter saying,

"My baby @veshashaillanturns a year older 21 never felt so sweet, on your 19th birthday I got you a car, on your 21st birthday gave you 40%shares on Akothee safaris, so you can pay your bills & fuel your car, oya I can promise you the world my darling but discipline is key, that's what made you steal my heart! I can't promise you a husband I don't have one too , I also fell in bad hands before am just guessing & trying to make ends meet, take your time let nobody rush you ! You don't owe me children or a husband even at 50 I will never ask why you aren't married, any man who disrespect you should be dumped like some hot pan, never allow any man to dictate your happiness, you deserve to be loved. I love you & happy birthday."

Below are some of the pictures of the birthday party.


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