It is always the expectation of people that a matrimony procession should have visitors. Many prefer to have a bunch of guests while others prefer a limited number. In my view, it is outstanding to have the Head of State as one of the attendees of such an event. President Uhuru Kenyatta has visited more than four marriages(weddings) since he took power.
1. Isaac Mwaura's Wedding.
Isaac Mwaura got walked down the aisle to his gorgeous wife Mukami in a colorful ceremony in 2015 when Mwaura was a nominated Member of Parliament. It was a good one with the President being one of the guests.
2. Irungu Kang'ata's Wedding
Irungu Kang'ata is a renowned politician in Kenya. He is currently the Senator of Muranga County. He had a striking ceremony during his marriage. President Uhuru was among the VIPs who were attended.
Kamotho Waiganjo, a distinguished city lawyer, and Anne Waiguru enjoyed their conventional betrothal in 2019. The occasion was done at Kiamugumo Primary School. In attendance were President Kenyatta and other leaders like Steven Kalonzo Musyoka and Raila Odinga.
4. Charity Ngilu's Son.
Charity Ngilu is the Governor of Kitui. When his son tied the knot in 2013 at Marula Manor. The president and the First Lady were visitors to the ceremony.
My reader, what is your take on this? Drop your views kindly.
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