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Beautiful Photos Of A 'COVID-19 Wedding' Held In Molo, No Pilau

Amos Mburu and Mary Wairimu addressing the media after the wedding at a Molo church.

The third wave of COVID-19 pandemic has hit very hard and life in five counties of Nairobi, Nakuru, Kiambu, Machakos and kajiado has really changed.

From empty churches on Sundays to restaurants, the citizens in these counties have seen it all.

However, when the president said that only thirty people should attend weddings, some didn't believe their ears until the Saturday of April 3.

Today, reality dawned on relatives and friends of a couple in Molo Nakuru county when they were locked out of a Church compound where a wedding was taking place.

From outside the gate they really lamented that they had to go home without eating the most favourite food in weddings ie Pilau.

Lack of smoke and the presence of heavy security to ensure that the latest lockdown protocols are adhered to are some of the things that realy annoyed these wedding attendees who unfortunately weren't on the invitation list.

Nevertheless, those inside seemed to enjoy every step from the time the bride entered to the time vows were exchanged.

There the bride arrives

The bridegroom had to confirm whether she is the one by uncovering her veil.

After confirmation, the Rings were exchanged and vows.

A few invited guests enjoying every moment.

Social distancing strictly adhered to.

The unlucky had to follow the proceedings from outside the gate of talent revival church international.

One of those who missed to enter decrying the move by the security officers to lock them out.

All said and done, Amos right now has a wife and Mary has husband at a small budget courtesy of COVID-19 lockdown. Call it a blessing in disguise.

Do you think this as a blessing in disguise to the Amos Mburus? Feel free to share your thoughts and comments on this on our comments platform.

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