• Akuku shared a photo of him with Sandra asking his fans to suggest what he should buy for her as he marks her birthday.
• Sandra Dacha was very instrumental in keeping Akuku informed when he was hospitalised at the end of last year and earlier this year.
Actress Sandra Dacha is 32 years today. Comedian Akuku Danger is over the moon and decided to celebrate his 'bae'.
Through his social media, Akuku shared a post asking his fans to suggest what he should buy for Sandra as she marks her birthday.
"Officially she's 32!! Help me wish @sandra_dacha a happy birthday. Mnaona nimbuyie Nini? What do you think I should buy for her? #AintYouThatComedian," he wrote.
Sandra was very instrumental in keeping Akuku informed when he was hospitalised at the end of last year and earlier this year.
Akuku was admitted to the ICU for weeks after his lungs collapsed. Throughout the entire period, Sandra would ask fans to pray for her bae or help fundraise when the need arose.
Akuku is currently recuperating as he plans on making a comeback on our screens to continue making us laugh.
Akuku and Sandra have in the past spoken out about their alleged relationship. During an interview with Mpasho.co.ke, Akuku said that they had dated for the past six months.
"Sandra is my baby. Very soon we will do a wedding or post a baby bump so that people can believe we are dating. We have been together for half a year. We are happy."
During his medical bill fundraising, Sandra also confirmed that she was dating Akuku Danger.
"Akuku is my Bae...he is my boyfriend. Now that he is healed, Kijana anafaa aende nyumbani, akule na akule ndio apone kabisa. Kijana saizi hakuli vizuri. If you gerrit you gerrit."
Sandra also reminisced about the comedian's journey in hospital saying it wasn't easy.
"It wasn't easy, so many nurses and doctors from the United States, Canada, and East Africa told me you were not going to make it. They said he (Akuku) was not going to recover from the illness because he had heart failure and kidney failure. I cried for four days, he was in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) for seven days and bills had reached Sh2 million."