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Governor Waiguru finally weds long term lover Lawyer Kamotho Waiganjo.

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 BY JOAN WANJIKU/CORRESPONDENT,KIRINYAGA ,13TH JULY 2019-Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru  has finally wedded the love of her life  lawyer Kamotho Waiganjo.The governor said ”i do” in a traditional  ceremony held at the Kamugumo secondary school in her county and attended by several leaders among them President Uhuru Kenyatta.

The President who wore a white shirt untucked from his black trouser  could be seen enjoying and dancing  to the rhythm.

The opposition leader Raila Odinga  was also not left behind   dressed in a Kaunda suit, stuck to his renowned somewhat stiff dancing style.

The two leaders who have been spending considerably more time together joined musicians and other invited guests on stage. However the deputy president was missing as he was in Tharaka Nithi county.

Wiper Leader Kalonzo Musyoka, Homa Bay Woman Rep Gladys Wanga and former Meru Woman Rep Florence Kajuju also took to the podium.

Our reporter can report that Waiguru and Waiganjo organised an elaborate traditional wedding (ngurario) ceremony for their guests who turned up in colourful African attire.

As early as  10:30 am ,Guests had began to stream in to Kamugumo Primary School in Ngariama Ward, Gichugu Constituency

Seating was meticulously arranged inside a canopy tent that was decorated with silk sashes at the top suited to the yellow and brown theme.

Tables were adorned with linen in different shades of brown; traditional pots covered with a calabash as the centrepieces and a wooden spoon.

A visibly excited groom, Kamotho Waiganjo made a grand entrance surrounded by dancers dressed in traditional Kikuyu attire.

Dressed in orange, Waiganjo walked in with poise and his thumbs up, smiling gleefully as he made his way to the tent.

Other leaders also present were Narok Senator Ledama Ole Kina, Youth and Gender Affair CAS Rachel Shebesh, Nairobi County Assembly Speaker Beatrice Elachi and Gender Commission member Priscilla Nyokabi .

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