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‘Aibu’: Diana Bahati, Karen Nyamu Among Badly Dressed Celebs at Akothee Wedding

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Well-known musician and businesswoman Esther Akoth, better known as Akothee’s magnificent wedding continues to make headlines many hours after its conclusion.

The extraordinary nuptials that some branded the “Kenyan version of royal wedding” was graced by the creme de la creme of the entertainment industry, political figures and business leaders.

Some of the guests were Mama Ida Odinga, Karen Nyamu, Simon Kabu, Sarah Kabu, Jalang’o, Aisha Jumwa, Mungai Eve, Terence Creative, Betty Kyallo and Milly Chebby.

Others included Diana Bahati, Bahati, Eric Omondi, Alex Mwakideu, Amina Chao, David Moya, Butita and Lofty Matambo.

The colourful ceremony that took place at Windsor Golf Hotel & Country Club resembled a fashion show.

Many celebrities looked so dope in their wonderfully-designed attires.

Among those who stole the show for their fashion sense are Kate Actress, Milly Chebby, Mama Ida Odinga, Amina Chao and Lilian Muli.

Well, there were others whose preferences were okay, but not for a white wedding. Not that they were not smart, but their choices for this particular occasion were horrible.

Female celebrities whose outfits exposed their thighs or in dresses with long slits were not appreciated.

Diana Bahati, Mungai Eve, Phoina Tosha, Sarah Kabu, Simon Kabu were in the list of those identified as having missed the dressing memo.

While the focus was more on women, it is fair to say most male celebrities’ fashion taste was average at best.

But it is such diversity that made the wedding even more worth and memorable.

Akothee and her new husband, Denis Schweitzer met in France last year and he become so smitten that she asked her to visit his home country, Switzerland. The rest is a beautiful story that climaxed on Monday.

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