A Kenyan couple has left many people talking after their wedding rings were delivered by drones after exchanging vows. The unique wedding caught the attention of many Kenyans eliciting mixed reactions.
As established by Mpasho News, James Wambui and Silvana Wambui tied notes on Saturday May 1, at Scilla Gardens situated at Sports View in Kasarani region.
"Gukena Radio Host Mc Jimmie Kajim hired drones to deliver their wedding rings just after they had exchanged their vows! The statement reads.
James, who hired the drones, is a comedian and Media personnel working at Gukena Radio. Kenyans have since then made speculations of what this wedding would be.
Sam Ibra said, "The first three months things will have changed...i swear this current relationships have lost meaning. It's like playing with a bulb switch, You can switch it on or off any time you wish."Below are some reactions from Kenyans on the conspicuous wedding.
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