How Kenyans spent Valentine’s day (PHOTOS)

How Kenyans spent Valentine’s day (PHOTOS)

We do know that February has long been celebrated as a month of romance, flowers, jewelery, and sexy outfits are some of the most honored during this Month of love.

Not forgetting your gorgeous smile and good looking, you look beautiful and sexy, not forgetting your jewelry, they look attractive.

Both Kenyan Politicians, celebrities and lowliness spent their valentine in style.

The day was a  dream come true for the 100 bob that turned to be a multi-million wedding for Mr and Mrs Wilson Njohi.

Below are photos of how Kenyans spent their Valentine day.

Newly married couple Wilson Njohi and Anne Muhonja that spent Shs 100 celebrating their wedding on February 14th 2017, at Eden Bliss in Kiambu.

Wilson Wanjohi and Anne Muhonja’s wedding cake.

Singles Valentine dinner that was held at Princeton Hall on the eve of Saturday 11,2017.

All in red. Ladies pause for a photo at Eden Bliss where Mr.and Mrs Wilson’s wedding was held on February 14, 2017.

Vendors selling flowers along City Market in Nairobi.

Flower sellers made a handsome fortune. Nairobi City was a buzz of activity as lovers bought gifts for their loved ones.

A lady in red stands in front of a matatu in Telaviv estate South C as part of Valentine’s day show.

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