Marriage has been a sign of cementing your relationship for a very long time. Many people prefer wedding to make the reservation permanent till death. Yesterday I managed to attend a wedding held by an old man and woman in kakamega Emahondo church of God. According to the reports I got from the wedding planners, they spend 120,000 Kenyan money to make the day successful. The two was able to manage one cow and 100kgs of rice and the remaining budget was boosted by friends and the church. Mr. Makwali and Mrs Frida had stayed together for more than 32 years. Due to COVI19 restrictions the wedding celebration take only 36 minutes in church and then went back home for Lunch. The two were very happy and thanks those who supported them to make the day successful. They promised to stay together till the end of there life in this world. Many youth who attended the celebration said that they prefer staying with someone for a period of time before wedding since most of the young marriages now - days are elapsing day and night.
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