Bodaboda operators have been the talk of town the recent past for being unruly and rowdy , but in Olenguruone the youth in the sector are a gem in the society , unlike the usual where they are known to cause havoc , they were the frontiers in a wedding convoy . The youth all armed with themed balloons have been lauded by locals .
The colorful wedding held at Chepnyalilo AIC caught the attention of many , weddings are usually events where only classy vehicles are allowed to escort the bride or the from but that was not the case with the life time event for two love birds ;Faith and Collins .
As seen in the pictures the riders are excited lot as they lead the convoy taking the bride to her lover .Speaking after the event , one of the riders said the wedding was one of it's kind as they recognized them , those who are now the unwanted in the society .
This comes just as Kisii deputy governor Joash Maangi count losses as his official car was set ablaze by by angry bodaboda riders after he was involved in an accident . The DG asked for sanitization of the sector .
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