Akothee Hints That She Could Be Vieing For Senate Positions For Either Nairobi Or Migori Counties.
Musician Esther Akoth who is popularly known as Akothee has now given a huge hint that she could be vieing for the senatorial position for either the counties of Nairobi or Migori come 2022 and thought this being the second post touching on that, she could be flexing her muscles to join politics soon.
She also advocated for the more seat's for women in parliament by saying that " they need more women seats in parliament".
This hint by Akothee received lot's of reactions from her followers who even told her to go for the Migori county senatorial seat.
Other followers of her too wished her all the best if she was serious with joining politics and others also gave our very much funny statement's about her hint of a possible joining of politics.
Akothee also posted the photos of her doing her campaign's and addressing huge crowds as you can see.
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