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3 Kenyan Female Celebrities Who Celebrated Their Birthday This Year In Zanzibar

Nothing is as exciting as a birthday, I mean commemorating the day you were born. Shouldn't it be nice? Don't you think that, that day you deserve the whole world to recognize you?

We have different ways to celebrate our birthdays depending on our capabilities. There are some who can afford to buy cakes, new clothes, drinks others may hold big parties and some others get to an extra mile of vacations.

In this article, we will touch on 3 re-known Celebrities who took their commemoration to the next level. Or do I say to the next destination? Celebrities who concluded ," Pesa Otas, " ( Money is just papers)

1. Maxine Wabosha

Wabosha is a all round vlogger, she does topics related to health, relationships, travel among others. The teen has made milestones that have seen her through many Ambassadorial and adversing jobs.

If am asked, I would say that she has lived and enjoyed her life fully. During her 21st birthday she travelled all the way to Zanzibar to celebrate her day. She went to the beach, to Tanzanian Dishes to beautiful scenery of the resort's around there.

From the look of the photos that she sent on her social media platforms, the girl lived the moment. Have a look at some of her photos while at Zanzibar.

2. Eunice Mammito

The beauty is a comedian who has graced our social media platforms with rib- cracking video clips. During her 28th birthday, she went to Zanzibar to taste the life of Tanzanians.

In her photos, it looks that all was good and amazingly beautiful.

3. Diana Marua

The trendy fashionista went to Zanzibar to launch ' Pete Yangu' Music Album as she lived the moment for her big day( birthday)

Bumply Diana could be seen running into and out of the water while at the beach.

Who among had the best photo captions? Post your thoughts in the comment section below.

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