• Sarah Kabu who was speaking during Akothee's Book and EP launch said the reason she supports madam boss is that she has proved that even single people can amount to greatness.
• Sarah asked people not to judge Akothee on what she does on social media.
Bonfire CEO Sarah Kabu has advised women to embrace life as it comes.
Sarah told Mpasho.co.ke during Akothee's Book and EP launch that the reason she supports madam boss is that she has proved that even single people can amount to greatness.
Sarah said that Akothee despite being a single mum, is full of wisdom.
"Akothee we are like salt and sugar but in a good way. It's like the opposition and the government. We are in the marriage government and she is the opposition as the president of single mothers," she said.
"But I love Akothee and she is my biggest fan coz when I compare her to many of the single women or single mothers I find her at the top. I don't know the trick."
Sarah said that having interacted with Akothee has made her realize that she is full of wisdom.
She asked people not to judge Akothee on what she does on social media.
"When we see her twerking online, just know that she is doing that to just entertain us."
"She is full of wisdom and I pray that God will bless her and give her more knowledge so that she can continue inspiring women."
Unlike slayqueens, Sarah said Akothee has taught women to work for their money.
"When you talk to many women, they are just thinking how they can mil money from men and by doing stupid things. We see her cars and her emperor. A lot of them are still where she was when she was starting off."
Those who attended the event described her as an icon in the industry.
Akothee's mum, Monica Owino, talked about the importance of a united family.
Eloquent lawyer PLO Lumumba described Akothee as unique and a pride of Africa, who does not apologise for being herself.
"Those who do not know you may judge you on that only. Those of us who cared to know you, judge you on the totality of your personality," he said.
Akothee's baby daddy Jared said he was there to support a gem.
"We have had our ups and downs but we have cemented those downs and now we are rising," he said.
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