It must be awkward sitting there and not being allowed to talk on behalf of your son. Having to get intermediaries and all yet on the flipside, you run an entire country. Think about that for a second. An entire country elected you to speak on their behalf and represent their interests but when your son gets married, due to our traditions, you have to sit out the negotiations.

Hmmm…

I feel weird even writing this piece but it is all about Jomo who tied the knot in a traditional wedding over the weekend. The photos were up on Mpasho first but what many were wondering was what was Uhuru upto during the entire ceremony. Well, I can finally answer that question cos I have photos. And forget a wordcount, photos are worth 1000 pictures…

Check out the photos on the next page:

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