According to the trending news, Esther Akoth is among the top celebrities who got appointed to head Talanta Hella initiative. The female celebrity is among other few celebrities who will be heading a committee that is set up to identify, nurture and develop talents. The cabinet secretary of Arts and Sports Ababu Namwamba gazetted the committee members while giving them the new roles.
After their appointment, Akothee and her colleagues have been holding meetings frequently to plan for the initiative and how they will execute the plan. It's really been a motivating moment for her as she is always posting the updates about it online.
Today she posted an album of photos showing off how she groomed for the event. During today's meeting with Talanta Hella Committee members, Akothee embraced African culture by showing up in a Kitenge outfit.
The female celebrity termed herself as "madam director" heading to the meeting. She slayed in a light colored Kitenge skirt and blouse. It was long enough to make it look super elegant and decent.
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