Manze wa Kibera weds in flashy ceremony
By Priscilla Kimani | October 18th 2021
Instagram celebrity Manzi wa Kibera tied the knot with new lover Obidan Dela in a flamboyant and lowkey ceremony over the weekend.
Posting on her Instagram, the socialite said:
"My dream as a woman was a big flashy wedding and family. @chali wa kibera thanks for everything but this is where I say goodbye to the streets. "
Obidan, a comedian and scriptwriter also took to Facebook to share photos of the big day. He also thanked their fans for their prayers.
The wedding ceremony went down in pomp and colour. The socialite revealed that her wedding gown cost Ksh50,000. She flaunted a limousine worth around Sh22 Million that ferried her on her big day, sharing a photo of the limousine on her Instagram page alongside the caption, "Ghetto girl arriving at my wedding in a 22M limousine. I never knew I could mean so much to someone."
The wedding comes few days after Manzi wa Kibera revealed that she was getting married through Mungai Eve's channel. The smitten socialite revealed that she is ready to pamper her husband and treat him well.
"Bwana yangu haogi na maji ya shower anaoga na maji ya besheni. Maji naweka sukari, alua na drops tatu za marashi na kadhalika..."
Obidan a Kenyan artist, doubles as a DJ and is a renowned fashion enthusiast. News about his relationship with Manzi wa Kibera had been kept under wraps.
Manzi wa Kibera came into the limelight after featuring in Eric Omondi's Wife Material Show. She is celebrated for her Manzi wa Kibera Foundation. Through the forum, she has addressed the sanitary needs for young girls dwelling in the slums.
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