How Celebs Celebrated Their Dads


Sunday was Father’s Day and Kenyan celebrities also celebrate their dads by posting moving and beautiful messages on social media. Rapper Octopizzo wrote: “There will always be a few people who have the courage to love what is untamed inside me. One of those men is my father. A dad is someone who wants to catch you before you fall but instead picks you up, brushes you off, and lets you try again. A dad is someone who wants to keep you from making mistakes but instead lets you find your own way, even though his heart breaks in silence when you get hurt. A dad is someone who holds you when you cry, scolds you when you break the rules, shines with pride when you succeed, and has faith in you even when you fail…,It’s only when you grow up  and step back from him–or leave him for your own home–it’s only then that you  can measure his greatness and fully appreciate it. That was My Dad. HAPPY FATHERS DADDY (RIP).” TV host Anyiko Owoko wrote: “Some of us lost Dads when we barely knew what it meant to lose one. Cherish all your parents peeps. Happy Fathers Day to all Dads out here.” Ugandan star Chameleone wrote: “You grew me and nurtured the man I am today; you will always be my inspiration and faithful friend. Happy Father’s Day to my DAD and all Fathers, worldwide.” NTV news anchor Victoria Rubadiri posted a photo of the day together with this message, “Happy Father’s Day to one Mr. Rubadiri. My dad, mentor and #1 fan. I love you!!!” Gospel DJ and TV host Soxxy also gave his two cents on the Father’s Day celebrations. He wrote, “We honour fathers who not only gave us life, but who also show us how to live. Children learn more from how we live than by what we say. Don’t just say it, live it!” Former Big Brother Contestant turned politician Millicent Mugadi wrote: “Happy Father’s Day to all active fathers around my space.”