In one of the rare occurrences involving a wedding ceremony and marriage, a lady has narrated how her wedding was cancelled on a Friday night, before the actually materialized the next day on Saturday.
Lizz Ndungu, a top Kenyan gospel musician hails from Gitithia village, in Kiambu County was interviewed by Jeremy Damaris while in the United States of America where she currently lives. She reveals that it was her dream to one day be married to a pastor, and therefore, she found love in a gentleman who was preaching in a church which she was attending.
Since the man was yet to graduate from a Bible School, their marriage was hurriedly organized, cutting short the courtship period because it was a requirement by the church that a pastor in charge of a church should be married.
However, their marriage did survive the test of time since they parted ways after one and a half years. At the time they were parting, they had already been blessed with a child. After the break up, the husband tried to bring her back to her husband's fold, but she had already made up her mind, and found solace in Nairobi where she started working as a house help.
Lizz ended up going to America despite many struggles in life. She then met a man who had also a divorcee and they planned to form a family. However, their marriage was halted hours before it happened. Several days later, the wedding materialized and from her confession, it was colourful.
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