This past weekend, Akothee had been asked to address High School Girls.
She distributed the invitation, demonstrating that the school got in touch with her because Akothee Foundation, an organization she runs, could connect the project with other like-minded businesses.
Hellen Juma, the senior principal, wrote the invitation. The invitation was afterward withdrawn, and she received a communication in this regard.
The businesswoman was scheduled to speak at a talent competition for the pupils of Ngiya Girls High School.
After the start of charitable activities, Akothee would address the girls.
She was cancelled as a result of objections from parents and alumni who felt that she didn't suit the speaker's profile.
The cancellation was gracefully received by Akothee. I guess, sort of. She began by expressing gratitude to the institution for considering her as a mentor.
"Thank you very much, Madam Helen, may The almighty bless your heart. I met you in Sinyolo Girls and you stole my heart with your kindness, you made my work of admitting the less fortunate easy, even though I was late 🙏thank you very much for helping me support the vulnerable, you saw it fit to help you walk the journey of the underprivileged, but there is a way the universe works for us."
Then Akothee responded by saying how this would capture national attention
"Ngiya Girls High School is now on the map, known globally, even those who didn't know Ngiya Girls, Now they know 🤣🤣, I pray that your new development of having a foundation within the school will uplift a lot of souls. 💪I really appreciate the love and faith you have for me🙏. I will still support any course that will leave a positive impact on our society. I will still support where I can even from where I am standing. May God bless you."
She also called out the person she thought was behind it;
"To the Arch Bishop, I understand where you are coming from, continue praying for us sinners, so we could all meet in heaven on that day 🙏i. In Jesus' name Amen 🙏"