Murathe's son poses for a photo with Lillian Muli(Photo/Courtesy).
David Murathe's flamboyant son Davidson Wakairu hosted a lavish party at their family home to celebrate his graduation. The white and black themed colorful party was attended by friends and family and popular celebrities among them Citizen TV anchor Lillian Muli and Former Kiss 100 presenter Shaffie Weru.
His parents and siblings were also in attendance. A sneak peek into the photos show that all the guests were dressed to the occasion and they had a memorable time celebrating Wakairu's remarkable achievement.
Sharing the highlights on his Instagram account, Wakairu wrote, "A man’s friendships are one of the best measures of his worth…"
Wakairu graduated last month from the University of West London, a public research university in the United Kingdom, where he was pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Marketing.
He was among the few graduates from the institutions who got First Class Honours. Before he graduated from the University of West London, Wakairu held a Bachelor of Arts in Marketing and Advertising from Marbella International University based in Spain.
Besides his academic success, Wakairu has also established himself as a successful entrepreneur. He is the President of a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) known as Davidson Wakairu Gatuhi (DWG) holdings and DWG wines, a company specialising in wine marketing.
Below are photos of the party.
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