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Moët holds the ‘party of the year’ in Nairobi – PHOTOS

A new brand of champagne, Moët Nectar Imperial, was launched in Nairobi during the second edition of the Moët Party Day.

Moet & Chandon launched the Moët Nectar Imperial, a brand that is lively and generous, with a yellow color nuanced with gold, which distinguishes itself by its elegance and richness.

The star studded event, dubbed the party of the year, was held in Nairobi on Thursday evening at Sankara Hotel and was graced by leading media personalities like, Janet Mbugua, Anita Nderu, Jeff Koinange, Jalango, Chris Kirubi, Naomi Nganga, Betty Kyallo, Shaffie Weru and Alex Mwakideu among others.

FROM LEFT: Businessman Chris Kirubi, media personality Pinky Ghelani, Ali Oumarou and Olive Gachara make a toast during the launch of Moet Nectar Imperial in Kenya at Sankara Hotel, Nairobi. PHOTO | FRANCIS NDERITU
FROM LEFT: Businessman Chris Kirubi, media personality Pinky Ghelani, Ali Oumarou and Olive Gachara make a toast during the launch of Moet Nectar Imperial in Kenya at Sankara Hotel, Nairobi. PHOTO | FRANCIS NDERITU

KINGS AND QUEENS

For the past month, Moët & Chandon has recognized individuals who have made great strides in different fields by crowning them Kings and Queens of Moët Nectar.

Dr Chris Kirubi and Ali Oumarou were crowned as the Kings of Moët Nectar with Olive Gachara and Pinky Ghelani crowned as the Queens of Moët Nectar.

FROM LEFT: Betty Kyalo, Susan Kaittany and Judy Gitau pose for a picture during the launch of Moet Nectar Imperial in Kenya at Sankara Hotel, Nairobi. PHOTO | FRANCIS NDERITU
FROM LEFT: Betty Kyalo, Susan Kaittany and Judy Gitau pose for a picture during the launch of Moet Nectar Imperial in Kenya at Sankara Hotel, Nairobi. PHOTO | FRANCIS NDERITU

The rousing success of the first Moët Party Day in June 2016 held in 45 countries, inspired the Maison Moet & Chandon to confirm it as an annual rendezvous.

On Saturday, over 80 countries joined the celebration of life’s memorable moments from New Zealand, Mexico and beyond.