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Inside Trade CS Rebecca Miano’s son, Peter Miano’s traditional wedding

Trade Cabinet Secretary Rebecca Miano’s son, Peter Miano, marked a significant milestone on Saturday, April 6, 2024, when he celebrated his traditional wedding to Wambui Kibe.

The grand ceremony, held at Donholm, Nairobi, was attended by distinguished guests including Cabinet Secretaries and other political leaders.

Amidst a vibrant atmosphere of love and celebration, Miano and Wambui exchanged vows, sealing their commitment to spend the rest of their lives together.

During the event, Trade CS Rebecca Miano expressed her gratitude to her friends, colleagues and family members who graced her son’s wedding day with their presence.

“Thank you for spending the day with us. God bless you, colleagues. Asanteni Sana,” she wrote on the X platform.

Peter Miano and Wambui Kibe
Politicians and other family friends pose with the newlyweds, Peter Miano and Wambui Kibe after the traditional ceremony. PHOTO| POOL

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The newlyweds were honoured by the presence of esteemed cabinet secretaries who sent their warm wishes and blessings.

Labour CS Florence Bore shared her joy, saying: “I celebrated the love with the family and friends of Peter Miano and Wambui Kibe, a beautiful couple who complement each other admirably. I wish them a lifetime of joy and God’s blessings”.

Environment CS Soipan Tuya also congratulated the newlyweds and wished them a long and happy married life.

Among the prominent leaders in attendance were Public Service CS Moses Kuria, Gender CS Aisha Jumwa, Water CS Zachary Njeru and Health CS Susan Nakhumicha.

The presence of senior officials such as Cabinet Secretary Mercy Wanjau, Investment Promotion Principal Secretary Abubakar Hassan and Industrialisation PS Juma Mukwana added to the grandeur of the occasion.

Guests were dressed in traditional attire, showcasing a rich tapestry of cultural diversity.

From traditional Kikuyu outfits to brightly coloured ‘vitenges’, the wedding venue was a spectacle of cultural elegance and tradition.

Kenyans took to social media to congratulate the young couple and wish them all the best in their marriage.