If there is a celebrity who is open about life issues then that has to be sweet love hit maker Akothee. The gorgeous mother of five who hails from Migori is so much loved by her fans because of being true to herself and releasing good music so much so that her instagram page has accumulated a large following of 2.4 million followers. Akothee on her instagram has raised eyebrows by joking about her possibly getting her foot in politics come 2022.

Akothee who has been quite busy with the release of her latest single ‘Dendeyom’ and addressing issues affecting young people such as talks on contraceptives for teenagers has raised eyebrows after hinting to fans on a possible 2022 aspiration stating that she would come clear by that time. The singer joked about her political grounds on the position of Migori governorship, a seat which is currently occupied by governor Okoth Obado. The mother of five joked around terming herself as the Kamala Harris of Migori County.

This follows after an instagram poll on her page revealed that she received more support form women with a margin of 51% as her male fans followed closely with 49%.

“Ish the women have over turned men for the longest period on this page. Now women are winning on this page Kamala Harris Akoth for Migori Govonor🏃🏃🏌🏌💃💃. 2022 it’s gonna be clear. Thank you for the support my babies ❤❤. I love you equally💋💋💋” wrote the singer


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A section of fans have come to express their views on the post. With some highly encouraging madam boss to go for it come 2022. Others have gone ahead to discourage the move stating that the singer should just stick to music instead. Akothee last week had similarly tipped fans of her 2022 aspirations after posting a picture celebrating Kamala Harris’ win. On the post Akothee celebrated the win of the first female African American vice president in America with a caption of “2022 WE ARE READY TOO” to spark her interest in joining politics in the next general elections.

By Marion Kageni