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Winrone weds Bramuel.
It was a colourful wedding as CCP Academy's Teacher Winrone Nalonje and the love of her life Bramuel Simiyu tied the knot on 7th December, 2019 afternoon. The event took place at Reformed church of East Africa (RCEA) and was crowned by friends and families of both Winrone and Bramuel. CCP staff were excited to attend the wedding of one of their own and arrived at the venue just in time. The ceremony began at 11am with a brief session of praise and worship as the congregation waited for the arrival of the bridal party. The groom and his team came in first before ushering the flower girls and the bridesmaids in. The bride, Winrone came in last accompanied by her parents and her best maid. Bishop Wafula from Bungoma officiated the wedding and focused the wedding sermon on Genesis 2:24 'That is why a man leaves his father and mother and is united to his wife, and they become one flesh.'(NIV) .He then asked the parents to the bride and groom to hand him the bride and groom. They said their vows and were pronounced man and wife. The Bishop then asked all the pastors present to join him and pray over the newly -weds. A photo- session ensued and was followed by the wedding reception at the same venue. The guests were then allowed to give the newly-weds gifts. CCP staff happily danced their way to the newly- weds and presented their gifts to them.Hilda Mwavishi, CCP Academy's head teacher spoke on behalf of CCP. She congratulated the newly-weds and wished them all the best in their new journey. The wedding ceremony came to a close at 7pm and we left for home happy to have attended the wedding. CCP congratulates Mr. and Mrs. Simiyu and wishes them a happy and successful marriage.
The vows
The Grand entrance
The 'girls' came to support their own
There were tears, tears of joy
Pastors praying for the newly-weds
CCP Staff took a photo with the newest couple in town
CCP staff getting ready to gift the new couple
A wedding is no wedding without cake...
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