DJ Mo and his wife Size 8 have been under the spotlight this week for the prices they have been charging for a Valentine’s Day dinner, dubbed, “Dine with the Muraya’s”.
The subject brought out the hordes of keyboard warriors who tore at the couple for the Sh7,000 and VIP Sh10,000 per couple cover charge at The Emory hotel.
But DJ Mo isn’t a shrinking violet and took the issue head-on, telling concerned parties that the event was for couples who could afford to pay.
“I don’t know why people think the event is expensive because the fee includes all the activities and the four-course meal. We want to make Valentine’s Day different from what people have been doing. Even if we put it at the lowest price, there are still those who will still not afford,” he said.
And what should couples attending the dinner expect?
“It’s a red carpet affair for everyone, surprise couples on the panel, The Guest speaker, eating and drinking (a 4-course meal), flowers, chocolates, a lot of dancing, games, etc.”
He finished off by clarifying the role the couple were going to play at the event saying that they were only moderators,
“As the Muraya’s, we are just the moderator of the event, but many other couples will come and share their stories, which will inspire people.” A relationship is a beautiful thing, especially with the right partner and well-rooted in God, whether married, dating, courting or even mnakatiana,” DJ Mo said.