Three brothers wed three wives Same day in Kajiado

Kajiado News Update

Kajiado News Update

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Two weeks after a moran married two wives in one day, this Thursday witnessed another rare wedding where three brothers exchanged vows with their loved ones.

Samuel Kipaika and his three sons; Farrouk, Oscar and Brian and their wives.

On Thursday, three sons of former Purko MCA, Samuel Kipaika, exchanged vows with their loved ones in a ceremony attended by hundreds of guests.

Just like Tom Mako’s wedding which made history after he exchanged vows with two of his wives; Elizabeth Silamoi, 24 and Joyce Tikoyian, 23, Kipaika’s three sons also made history by marrying in one day.

Because of the love the sons, Farrouk, Brian and Oscar, have for one another they chose to marry on the same day, and that to them have no any meaningful significance whatsoever.

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