On Sunday evening, Vesha Okello, daughter of controversial singer and entrepreneur Esther Akoth alias Akothee, revealed to her social media followers that she had bought for herself a brand new car.
Photo: Vesha Okello
This was via a short video clip that she shared on her Instagram account, where it was clear that it was a 2018 Nissan Juke that was white in colour.
Vesha Okello was clearly over the moon after making the big move, and disclosed that she infact bought it as a birthday gift to herself.
It should be noted however that she marked her birthday on the 11th of June 2022, and therefore the gift comes slightly over a month after she turned 25 years old.
According to reports however, the Nissan Juke has a Displacement of 1598 cm3 and a Horsepower net of 83 kW/113 PS.
Photo: Nissan Juke
It also has a Torque Net of 114 Nm/106 ft-lb/4000 and a Fuel Capacity of 46 litre/12.2 U.S.gal among other specifications.
When it comes to the price the 2018 Nissan Juke currently costs $24,990, and this translates to Kshs 2,952,568.50 as per the current rates.
Vesha Okello's other car
Aside from the new Nissan Juke, Vesha Okello also has a Mazda Demio that she was bought for by her mother Akothee in 2016.
At the time she was turning 19 years old, and she was also thrown a luxurious party that was held at the Sankara Nairobi Hotel.
At the invites-only event, Vesha Okello also got a laptop and a complete wardrobe makeover as she was to start her university education.
Photo: Vesha Okello flaunting her Mazda Demio in 2016
Currently however the 25-year-old works as the Director of Akothee Safaris, and this is a travel agency that was founded by her mother Akothee.
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