January may be the worst time to be born as it is considered a very dry month interms of cash considering the range of festivities held during December and January school burden.Even so it has emerged as a day where many powerful and influential leaders in Kenya were born
To kick off,Julie Gichuru turned 44 yesterday, 7th January.The renowned media personality took to social media to share her thanksgiving message.
Julie held a quiet birthday with her family and friends.At 44 and mother of five, she oozes glamour and looks that most slay queens are dying for.
She shares her birthday with prolific politician Raila Odinga and award winning journalist Jeff Koinange.
Raila received dozens of wishes early Monday morning ranging from the State House Secretary of Digital Communication Dennis Itumbi to ODM’s communication Director Philip Etale.
Happy Birthday Rt. Hon. @RailaOdinga – at 74, you have seen it all am sure, including being a good Grandfather kwa wajukuu and the Nation too. As you hustle for a more United Kenya and reflect on your journey through the years, I pray God grants you more years, Grace and favour. pic.twitter.com/gV3O98dFwu
— Dennis Itumbi, HSC (@OleItumbi) January 6, 2019
However his son Junior led the way with a birthday message tweet, while lamenting how comedian Jalango wakes him up every year during his dad’s birthday to ask for his number.
— Raila Junior Odinga (@Railajunior) January 7, 2019
Also celebrating their birthdays on 7th January are former speaker of National Assembly Kenneth Marende, Kibra MP Ken Okoth, actor Nicolas Cage, Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton, Jay Z and Beyonce’s daughter Blue Ivy Carter, English Premier League star Eden Hazard and Vybz Cartel.
Well to all of these movers and shakers, happy birthday!!!