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Akothee’s statement after being forced to borrow leso to enter parliament 

September 19, 2019 at 08:15
Akothee's statement after being forced to borrow leso to enter parliament 

Akothee has come out to say she’s a go-getter following her recent drama where she was denied to enter parliament because of her short skirt.

The singer was in parliament yesterday but couldn’t go in at first since her skirt was too short. She was given a leso to cover-up so that she could go in.

On her Instagram page, Akothee bragged of being some who always pushes for something and is not easily heartbroken.

“I have some driving force within me ! Telling me that we can change the status of Turkana🙏🏾 ! If one day I was poor and now riding high from choppers to 5 star hotels ! Why can it be impossible to change lives of only 800, 000 people? Yet we have more than 40 million Kenyans?” she asked. 


She added that her desire to give back to the society is what is pushing her and that’s why she’s doing everything for her foundation.

“It is this desire to give back to the community that makes me beat the ends and odds, I slept hungry before , with no one to look up to ! Ooh sorry I dint even think of the dress code , I thought I was covered enough to present my invitation for the launch 🙆‍♀️🤣🤣🤣🤣I just imagined the 200 members of parliaments joining my initiative @akotheefoundation to find a solution,” she said. 


“We cant keep asking for paybill and donating food every time. We need a parmanent solution
If you believe it will Happen, just type AMEN.





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