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A colourful wedding between Miss Jamima Wambui Wairia and Mr. Kevin Gichanga Wambugu Kioi took place in London on Friday 11th April, 2014. The well attended ceremony took place at St. Paul’s Church, Woodford Bridge, London.

The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ayub Manje Wairia of Githunguri, Kenya and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. & Mrs. Jimmy Wambugu Mwangi Kioi of Muranga, Kenya.

The reception followed thereafter at Krystel Banqueting Suite, in Ilford, Essex. Notably at the wedding was huge presence of bride’s family who had travelled from far and wide including USA for the occasion.

Many guests were asking Mr. Seed why the wedding took place on Friday instead of Saturday, why the wedding was taken away from PCEA Church while both parents are elders in the PCEA why the reception was by card only. Unfortunately Mr. Seed had no good answer to these questions but he commented: “Nîûkuona maingî ûtanakûra” meaning you are yet to see many things before you grow old. More later.


LIFETIME SMILE: The mother of the bride Mrs. Caroline Manje (left) and the father of the bride Mr. Manje Wairia escorting their daughter into the church for the wedding

The bridegroom Mr. Kevin Kioi fixing a ring into his bride’s finger in the church

The parents of the the couple from left is Mr. Jimmy Wambugu Mwangi Kioi the father of the bridegroom, Mr. Ayub Manje Wairia the

father of the bride and third is Mrs. Caroline Manje Wairia mother of the bride and far right is Mrs. Wambugu Mwangi.

Wairia’s brothers from left is Mr. Mungai, Mr. Gathecha, Mr. John Thuo, Mr. Charles Nganga. On right all the way from USA is Mr. & Mrs. Charles Nganga and their daughter from North Carolina, USA


A group photo taken outside the church

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