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EXCLUSIVE: Sh100 couple to have a Sh3.5 million wedding on Valentine’s Day

The couple whose Sh100 wedding went viral online is set to hold an all-expense paid Sh 3.5 million wedding on Valentine’s Day.

The invite only ceremony will be held at a Nairobi garden featuring high end wedding planners, decorators and caterers.

Wilson Wanjohi and Ann Muhonja will be dressed by the city’s top designers for free in a classy-elegant themed wedding.

The pastor who officiated their Sh100 wedding that broke the internet will not however preside over this one as he will be the couple’s best man.


The wedding planner a director of Slique Events Planner Limited, Aaltonen Jumba, told Nairobi News the event was meant to be a surprise for the couple but since they are slowly getting wind of it they will be involved in the final preparations on Valentine’s Eve.

“We will give them something out of this world, something they could never afford but one that they totally deserve. As Slique events we volunteered to be the planners and got in touch with other vendors who will make the day the best day in their lives,” said Mr Jumba.

The groom’s family will be ferried in vans from Ndunyu Njeru in Kinangop while the bride’s family will be ferried from Karandi in Nyahururu.

The families will be joined by friends and sponsors to celebrate the couple exchanging vows for the second time.


Mr Wanjohi and his wife Ann have in the last few weeks received support after their simple wedding won many hearts.

They had a one week honeymoon in Diani sponsored by Bonfire Adventures and on coming back home they were gifted with a property worth Sh1 million by Diamond Properties.

Ann and Wilson Mutura board a Kenya Airways flight to Diani on January 30, 2017. PHOTO | COURTESY
Ann and Wilson Mutura board a Kenya Airways flight to Diani on January 30, 2017. PHOTO | COURTESY

The sponsored wedding will be the icing of the cake as they will get to do it all over again in the dream wedding they were unable to afford in December 2016.

Mr Wanjohi had planned to wed his girlfriend in a church wedding in December but was unable to raise money leading to the eventual ring exchange during a January Sunday service.