Wedding cermonies, just like birthdays, are a special milestone in someones life and people would want the best out of it; good food, expensive luxury cars for transportation and unique gowns and suits for the bride and groom.
People, always want to be exceptional so that they can be the talk of the town. However, one unamed couple from Kenya has made history with one of a kind wedding that was really simple on its own.
Instead of driving to the reception venue of their wedding in style, glamour and absolute class, the two opted for a simple means of transport, a matatu locally known by many as 'mathree'.
A video of the couple alighting from the matatu was posted by nairobi gossip club in their instagram page, and fans could not keep calm. Some of there comments are shown below through screenshots.
What is not clear yet is the motive behind the couple opting for a matatu instead of the normal luxury vehicles. Were they short on budget, love the matatu culture, simple people or are just chasing clout? Comment below and do not forget to subscribe to my channel.
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