Celebrated singer Esther Akoth, alias Akothee, has expressed anger at the management of Nairobi high-end hotel Kempiski.
Taking to social media on Sunday, Akothee accused managers at the five-star hotel of having an “ugly attitude” and being “arrogant.”
The Nimechoka hit-maker noted that she regrets holding her foundation’s first anniversary at the hotel.
“The management of Kempinski is a total mess, with an ugly attitude. All my life I have held events in Kempinski I have never met such arrogant, unprofessional, bitter managers,” she wrote on her Insta-stories.
She added: “I regret having engaged Kempinski in holding the First Anniversary of my foundation. I will never ever step foot in that dirty dusty building. Will address this on Wednesday.”
Akothee held a party at Kempiski on Saturday to mark her foundation’s first anniversary in an event attended by a number of celebrities.
In her message of appreciation, she wrote, “Let me take the opportunity to thank you very much for honoring my invite to grace the first anniversary of Akothee foundation. The journey has been an experience full of joy and tears as well. The journey of running a charity organisation has taught me that if it’s not your calling then it can’t be your portion. Thank you once again for the massive support, your presence, your contribution and your motivation.”