Maria Atwoli, daughter to Trade Unionist Francis Atwoli on Tuesday, October 13 addressed her Twitter followers after photos of her at her graduation party went viral.
Her Twitter account surged to over 7,000 followers overnight after her father shared her handle in a congratulatory message he posted on Monday, October 12.
To my new 3k + followers..There’s no room for bad vibes here..I’m not a politician neither I’m I a trade Unionist ..Chat Nonsense Unaenda Mexico…Si mkuwe na siku poa…
— Maria🌹 (@atwolimaria) October 13, 2020
Maria recently graduated from law school and her father went on to throw a lavish graduation party for her.
Following in the footsteps of her father’s no-nonsense attitude, Maria issued a stern warning to her followers.
The fresh graduate stated that she should not be confused for a politician or trade unionist. She went on to state that she has a low tolerance for foolish people.
She threatened to block any follower responsible for offending her in any way.
“To my new 3k + followers, there’s no room for bad vibes here. I’m not a politician neither I’m I a trade Unionist. Chat nonsense unaenda Mexico (you go to Mexico). Si mkuwe na siku poa (Have a good day),” she posted.
Atwoli also held a graduation party for his wife, Mary Kilobi, at their Iladamat home in Kajiado County.
The news anchor graduated from the University of Nairobi with a masters in international studies towards the end of 2019.
“I graduated in absentia from the university because I had visited the UK at the time, but held the party in January,” announced Kilobi.
A plethora of universities held their graduations online as part of the directives of the Ministry of Health to curb the spread of COVID-19.
University of Nairobi held their graduation ceremony online on Friday, September 25 followed by United States International University- Africa (USIU-Africa) on Saturday, September 26.
Education CS George Magoha cleared final year medical students of University of Nairobi, Mount Kenya, Moi, Egerton, Kenyatta, Kenya Methodist, Maseno and Uzima universities to resume face to face learning on Tuesday, September 1.