Moses Wetangula, the speaker of the National Assembly, is a proud father after his son Alvin Wetangula married his beloved Naisula Leteipan in a private traditional wedding.
Alvin and Naisula, the two love birds, married in a spectacular ceremony attended by family members, officials, and close friends from both sides.
Bungoma governor Kenneth Lusaka, CS Moses Kuria, Kajiado governor Joseph Jama Ole Lenku, former speaker Francis Xavier Ole Kaparo, Gladys Boss, and other significant figures attended the wedding. Others present were Susan Wafula, John Waluke, Didmus Barasa, and Kakai Bisau.
The groom's crew wore emerald-green African-themed shirts and matching trousers.
The bride wore a beautiful gown that went nicely with the accessories from her ethnic heritage (Maasai).
A happy, Wetangula congratulated his son for taking his relationship to the next level.
"Today, you are not just gaining a life partner, but a lifelong companion who will share in your dreams, challenges, and triumphs,"
"Always remember, love is not just about the beautiful moments; it's about standing together during the storms and finding strength in each other's presence,” Speaker Wetangula said.
He went on to advise his son to always cherish and nurture his relationship for a happy family.
"Cherish and nurture the bond you share, for it will be the foundation of your future.
"May your marriage be as strong as the values we've instilled in you and as enduring as the memories we've shared together,” Weta added.
Here are photos from the wedding;