Prevalent entertainer Timothy Kimani, otherwise known as Njugush, on Friday shed off hishilarious character to marry his life partner Celestine Ndinda. The lovebirds praised their union with family and companions at the PCEA Evergreen church in Runda, with a gathering held at the same scene.
Njugush, who highlights in the television series real househelps of Kawangware, met with Ms Ndinda at the Kenya Institute of Mass Communication. Ms Ndinda wore a grayish mermaid outfit, as the prep went for a dim tuxedo that well coordinated with his best man and film executive Director Mr. Abel Mutua. Mr Mutua and his significant other – who married in November 2015 – were the best couple in the dim themed wedding.
Njugush has in the past described how Ms Ndinda stuck by him when he was down and out, including a fizzled endeavor to part ways with her when he couldn’t land a position. This for many instances is something rare in the current world, finding a woman or lady who would be there for you when you are down financially or with no job (jobless). The two finished up the conventional wedding functions in August after Njugush paid his better half to-be’s dowry settlement.