:THREE KALENJIN SISTERS WED IN JOINT CEREMONY TO SAVE BRIDEGROOMS EXPENSIVE NUPTIALS.

 BARINGO NORTH:THREE KALENJIN SISTERS WED IN JOINT CEREMONY TO SAVE BRIDEGROOMS EXPENSIVE NUPTIALS. 


In a sleepy village of Kapkiruok in Katiorin location, Baringo North sub-county, a very unusual ceremony took place as three women chose to be married off on the same day.


Families of the daughters and the bridegrooms chose to hold a joint and single ceremony to ease the financial burden of holding three weddings for their children.


The bridegrooms travelled all the way from Bungoma, Uasin Gishu and Keiyo in Elgeyo-Marakwet respectively to tie the knot with their beloved betrothed.


Albanus Chesire, who is from Keiyo, said that he has always longed for a good wife and had been planning but Covid-19 had hampered his plans until the sisters decided to do a joint wedding.


The local assistant chief, Kangogi Chebii, said they had never had a mass wedding the sub-location.


He called on the people to adopt the modern ways of cutting down on extravagant expenditure on ceremonies to avoid wastage of resources.

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