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Inside Akothee’s Sh1.8m beach party

Event aimed to support the Akothee Foundation, which was formed to support the disadvantaged in Turkana

In Summary

• Italian tycoon Massimo paid Akothee Sh1.8m for a two-hour performance

Akothee (C) performs with her dance crew
Akothee (C) performs with her dance crew
Image: WILFRED NYANGARESI

Kilili Baharini Resort on Saturday hosted an all-white party organised by Akothee, reportedly Kenya's richest singer.

The event, attended by Italian tycoons, aimed to support the Akothee Foundation, which was formed to support the disadvantaged in Turkana.

 

It also marked the 60th birthday party of Italian tycoon Massimo, who paid Akothee Sh1.8m for a two-hour performance.

Tony Nyadundo performed some of his finest Ohangla songs before paving way for the birthday boy, who cut the cake and fed his friends.

Italian tycoons celebrate Massimo's birthday
Italian tycoons celebrate Massimo's birthday
Image: WILFRED NYANGARESI
Professional dancer Paula performs
Professional dancer Paula performs
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Akothee and birthday boy Massimo
Akothee and birthday boy Massimo
Image: WILFRED NYANGARESI
Brono Boschi, Akothee, Massimo and Bruno share a toast
Brono Boschi, Akothee, Massimo and Bruno share a toast
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Papa Remo Hotel owner Roberto Lenzi takes a selfie during cake-cutting
Papa Remo Hotel owner Roberto Lenzi takes a selfie during cake-cutting
Image: WILFRED NYANGARESI
Tony Nyadundo performs
Tony Nyadundo performs
Image: WILFRED NYANGARESI