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Photo of Orie Rogo Manduli Daughter’s Sh10M Wedding

Photo of Orie Rogo Manduli Daughter’s Sh10M Wedding

Photo of Orie Rogo Manduli Daughter’s Sh10M WeddingMarch 29th was a very significant day for Orie Rogo Manduli’s daughter Elizabeth Rogo as this was the day she was united with the love of her life Ghanaian Nana Agyemen Yaw in holy matrimony.

The prestigious and star studded event saw dignitaries and other guests make their way to the All Saints Cathedral where the ceremony was taking place. Orie Rogo Manduli who is said to have caused drama at the event after being asked to ride in a Prado joined her daughter and made a grande entrance in a three white limousines and Range Rovers convoy.

Being a West African wedding, fashion was on top notch with rich African culture evident throughout the event. The Bride’s unique grayish gown just added to the fashion. Elizabeth Rogo is an gas and oil engineer based in the United States.

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Here are a few photos from the wedding courtesy of Nairobi News and The Standard:

 

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Vera Sidika is very stupid - Orie Rogo Manduli

 

 

-niaje.com

Orie Rogo: Classy lady who took no prisoners

A lot has been said about Orie Rogo Manduli. But her story can never be exhausted.

Ms Manduli who passed on Thursday was considered a woman of many firsts- the first woman to compete in Safari Rally in 1974, then considered a man’s game; the first woman to head the National Council of NGOs.

What you cannot take away from Ms Manduli was the fact that she always urged women to speak their mind and challenge everything conservative, which men hold dear.

“Come out of the kitchen and have fun,” she was once captured saying. And about beauty; “I take pride in looking good always. Today’s young women are simply not keen on how they look,” she said in an interview with the Daily Nation about a decade ago.

A lover of colourful African outfits, which she made herself, Ms Manduli was born in Kaloleni in Kisumu. She is famously known for her towering headgear and signature high heels.

She was trained as a teacher but never taught, saying she joined Machakos Teachers College because her parents — who were teachers — thought it would give her the discipline she needed in life.

She got married at the tender age of 16 and left for Canada. She regretted getting married as a teen and would later advise young girls to mature, build a career before settling down. She argued that at that age, one cannot make the best decisions.

“I got married so young that I never had a chance to be a girl. I jumped from childhood right into womanhood. I am now living the life I was denied all those years ago,” she said in an interview 12 years ago.

During her stint at the NGOs Council, which consists of more than 5,000 members, Kenyans witnessed drama as her detractors did not believe in her leadership. She left acrimoniously after her offices in Kilimani were locked to keep her out.

Even the intervention of then Culture and Heritage Minister Najib Balala to end the battle with a group led by Harun Ndubi of Kituo Cha Sheria did not help much. The iron lady stayed put.

It was retired Judge Michael Khamoni who wished that a day would come when members of the National Council of NGOs would stop what he termed as “kukanyangana”.

Source-https://www.businessdailyafrica.com/

Photo of Orie Rogo Manduli Daughter’s Sh10M Wedding

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