Akothee has finally set the record straight about vying for Migori Women Representative seat on a Jubilee ticket.
A few celebrities have announced bids to vie for various political seats in 2017 general elections. Akothee was also thought to have made similar move until she clarified the issue.
A campaign poster claiming that the songstress was vying for Migori Women Representative seat on a Jubilee ticket caused a storm.
Many people wondered by Akothee made the blunder of seeking a political seat through a party that was very unpopular in that specific region; Migori is an ODM stronghold where voters vote ‘six piece’ for the opposition party.
The songbird has however come out to clarify she had zero intentions for joining politics in 2017. Apparently the poster was a work of malicious person(s).
Akothee says her 2017 resolutions are to get married, give birth, finish her degree and release an album; she recently dropped a new song dubbed “Benefactor”.
“THE DEVIL IS AT IT AGAIN , NOW AM NOT SELLING WOMEN PICTURES TO EUROPEANS, NOW AM VYING FOR THE MIGORI WOMEN REP . LET SOMEBODY WARN THIS PERSON TRYING TO PUSH ME TO THE WALL TO BE CAREFUL. AM NOT A POLITICIAN , I DON'T KNOW ANY TAIL OR HEAD OF POLITICS, I AM TOO YOUNG TO BE STRESSED. DON'T GIVE ME A SHOE THAT ISN'T MENT FOR ME , LEAVE ME ALONE, LET ME PUT ON MY BIKINIS & ENJOY MY LIFE BRING THIS BULSHIT DOWN & GIVE THE SEAT TO YOUR SISTER OR COUSIN,
2017 I WANT TO GET MARRIED, GIVE BIRTH , FINISH MY DEGREE & RELEASE AN ALBUM , SO PLEASE LEAVE ME ALONE ! NO POLITICS & LET THIS BE THE LAST TRIAL OF YOUR 2 CENT FAME . AM OUT” Akothee posted to quash claims she was vying for a political seat.