- David Wachira celebrated his wife Cecile Olaussen with heartwarming words on her birthday
- The World Bank’s public finance specialist, who is an Akorino, told the woman how she made him feel while wishing him more joy in his New Year.
- Her online followers also sent the beautiful girl happy birthday messages through her husband’s Instagram post.
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David Waigwa Wachira is a popular Akorino who is the World Bank Group Public Finance and Governance Specialist and Youth-to-Youth (Y2Y) Co-Secretary.
He showered his Mzungu wife, Cecilie Olaussen Wachira, with sweet compliments while celebrating his birthday.
David Wachira’s wife’s birthday
Celebrating her on Instagram, the Akorino had kind and charming words for his wife while wishing her well as she starts a new year.
Here’s what he shared on his Instagram page:
“More than a woman in you, I have found a friend for life. I hope this year will bring you as much joy and happiness that you have brought and continue to bring in my life and that of others. . Happy Birthday !”
Wachira posted a black and white photo of himself and his wife Mzungu in a dance position, his hands holding her as she does so behind her back.
See the image below:
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Here are some of the comments from the post:
“Congratulations Dave and Cecilie. It’s God’s plan.”
“Happy birthday to your lovely wife. A blessed couple, I just love you for free.”
“Happy birthday to her.”
@ machaudennis20 commented:
“Happy birthday to her.”
@ frank.texas added:
“Njahi recharged, that’s it, brother. Plant your seeds early enough. Greek for a bountiful harvest and blessings from God.”
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David Wachira’s Akorino Experiences
The public finance specialist was recently featured on TUKO.co.ke after explaining how people in the past mistook him for a tea waiter because of the Akorino turban he wears.
While he wears the turban due to his subscribed religion, the perception for decades has led many to believe, mistakenly, that a Mukorino has little or no chance of rising through the ranks to the highest echelons of power.
“I had a meeting I was planning and I showed up to the meeting quickly. And there was a supply of tea at the end and I was making a cup of tea and a government official came in and said ‘do me a cup of tea too, so I gave him the one I had, “he said. Jeff Koinange.
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