The Wiper Party leader Hon Kalonzo Musyoka and his counterpart former Baringo senator Hon Gideon Moi today attended a wedding ceremony in Nairobi county. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the two top leaders attended a wedding ceremony of Michelle and Anselm.
According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the wedding ceremony was held in Karen where families and friends also attended. The wiper party leader Hon Kalonzo Musyoka wished the two couples well as they start their marriage. This has happened as Kenyans enter into a festive season where many people get marriage through wedding.
Despite that, many ladies nowadays cannot be trusted due to their high demand of things. The current ladies always expect a man who has already settled with his money so that she can enjoy life. Despite that, it is required for all lovers to start their lives together so that they can bond the relationship well. Let us wish Michelle and Anselm well in their marriage.
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