A police officer and his bride who's name are not yet identified have left people taking on social media after a section of their wedding video surfaced online.
In the video, the bride is spotted, looking for his police husband's sword. After she gets it, she looks at her husband with a smile in the eyes the takes a soviet, and kneels at hubby's feet to wipe the sword. This was done before the cake-cutting session. One can say that the whole event was military-driven.
Watch the video; https://www.instagram.com/p/CN5efLnHEYw/?igshid=u72a3fb4n0km
These were some of the comments;
"This happened in front of people and both sides parents I guess... Can't imagine the kind of life she has started but since it's none of my business let me keep quiet," Mercy Njeri
"Guys read the link. They have been married for two years and are blessed with a girl. Don't be kamati always," Yvonne Makena
"I could advise the lady to run as fast as she can, time is not in her hands anymore," Rose Ceasar
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