Kenyan couple wears handcuffs on their wedding

2016-02-23 15:50
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Nakuru - A couple in Nakuru County, Kenya, decided to go against the usual norms by wearing handcuffs on their wedding, instead of rings.

Dennis Kariuki and Cecilia Wanjira decided to chain themselves together as a sign of an "everlasting union".

According to Standard, the unusual wedding was conducted by one of the well known bishops in the east African country, Mike Marwa.

Divorce rates have remained constant in Kenya, with a total of 1 246 cases being reported at the Milimani courts between 2010 and 2015.


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