Daddy Owen’s older brother Rufftone has challenged the gospel crooner and his wife Farida to deliver 5 children.
Daddy Owen and Farida tied the knot on April 2nd in a colourful invite-only wedding that was held at the Kenya Assemblies of God Church in Buruburu, Nairobi. It has been dubbed the Kenyan wedding of the year thus far.
Rufftone while speaking on KTN’s Samantha’s Bridal show demanded 5 kids from of the newly weds.
“We, as the Mwatia’s, demand five children – two boys and three girls – from my brother Daddy Owen and his wife, Farida. The boys will protect their sisters,” he said.
Daddy Owen’s younger sister also piled pressure on the newly-weds to grow the Mwatia’s family.
“If you are going for honeymoon, enjoy and if a baby would come out of it, the better,” she said.
Daddy Owen and Farida Wambui went for their honeymoon in Belgium.
– Popular gospel singer Daddy Owen got married on April 2, 2016 walked down the aisle with his lover of four years, Faridah Wambui
The all-white, invite-only affair began at the Kenya Assemblies of God in Buru Buru, Nairobi. It is this church, ladies and gentlemen, that Rufftone, his elder brother got married to his wife Sylvia in 2014.
It was a colorful, close-knit family affair that saw only a handful of friends, family and close media get the honors of the invite. The singer who chose an all white ensemble for his grooms men was flanked side to side by his brother, Rufftone, Eric Omondi and several other Kenyan celebrities.
Photos: Samantha Bridal
The wedding which has been in the plan since 2015 is arguably Kenya’s grandest celebrity wedding of 2016. While talking to Pulse Owen had revealed that he had planned a fairy-tale wedding for his fiance to conform with her dreams of a magical wedding.
Wambui, a media-shy fashion designer is unbeknownst to many, the genius behind Owen’s dappers suits and killer fashion sense. She has been his stylist for a good while and doubles up as his adviser.
The wedding reception will be at the posh, imposing, Radisson blu hotel in upper hill.
We wish the newlyweds the best that