Kenya’s lawmaker Emurrua Dikirr MP Johanna Ngeno has lost his bachelorhood status after he married the love of his life in a traditional wedding ceremony.
The MP had served for two terms before getting married , during which he kept it clear that a wife was not his priority in upbringing development in his area.
However, there was enough pressure from the tradion since he became an MP in 2013.
Trans Mara Sub-County Kipsigis Council of Elders Chairman Alexander Kosgei had ruled out that the MP must get a wife.
“Being married means one has a home and family,” Mr Kosgei said, adding that a wife would ensure continuity of the family. He said married people were more respected.
The lucky cute woman comes from Narok County