Kenya’s $1 couple get $35,000 public funded Valentine’s Day wedding

A Kenyan couple who turned into an online networking sensation for their straightforward wedding which cost 100 Kenyan shillings (proportionate to $1) have profited from a much more amazing wedding today on the event of Valentine’s Day.

Their second wedding which is evaluated at the cost of $35,000 was made conceivable by financing from well-wishers. The occasion themed ‘Red and Royal Blue has everything that the underlying service needed.

From armed police officers and security guards, three MCs for the event, an entertainment and sound team, photography and videography team, a catering team and even provision for kids corner at the venue known as Eden Bliss – which has a capacity of 400 people.

Wilson Muturu and his wife Ann Wambui got married late last month, where both bride and groom wore T-shirts and exchanged their vows without any celebration after the event.

26-year-old Wilson told the eDaily news portal that: ‘‘We went home, cooked ugali and sukuma wiki (a Kenyan delicacy), ate and slept. There was nothing special that we did on our honeymoon.’‘


But after their ceremony took the social media space by storm, a travel and tours company, Bonfire Adventures, announced a honeymoon package for them. They got a fully paid 5-day trip to the Kenyan city of Mombasa where they stayed in a four-star hotel.

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