Marriage is a beautiful thing. Marriage is love. It is an institution that requires a lot of dedication and hard work to make it last until death do two people apart. Getting to put a ring on someone's finger takes one day but bringing patience and understanding to a marriage takes years or maybe forever. In our modern life, marriage has become an ordinary thing and people go to extents of cementing a business deal with marriage. All the same, some couples still see the good in marriages and even the need for a weeding. Njoro of "Njoro Wa Uba" finally wed the woman of his dream in a beautiful ceremony during the weekend.
Joe, famously known as Njoro introduced his girlfriend days before their weeding to share with his fans that he was finally going to get a wife. He was so happy to have the woman who swept him off his feet with love marry him. The name of this queen is Wangari.
As the two start a new life together, we wish them a happy marriage that will last as long as it can. Congratulations Njoro.
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