Jomo Kenyatta

They say marriage is not a bed of roses but it is not an easy stroll down the road. Look at the young people’s relationships e.g. Saumu Mbuvi and Ben Gathu, Joyce Omondi and Waihiga Mwaura and Jomo Kenyatta and Achola Ngobi Fiona… their marriages seem to be just perfect. They are the perfect examples of marriages that cross tribal lines and they do seem to work.

Well, Uhuru Kenyatta’s son, Jomo Kenyatta who recently wedded his girlfriend in a traditional Kikuyu ceremony has become the envy of the town. Jomo seems to be enjoying his marriage with the dark skinned lady from the lake region.

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Ever since he got married, he has been keeping a low profile but today he showed up in public, looking dapper and oh so handsome. He looks like a real man and is looking ready to start his family. Achola seems to be taking good care of him. The son of the 4th president of Kenya accompanied Machakos governor Alfred Mutua this afternoon during the of launch of the 2016 Machakosfest 2nd edition.

“Accompanied by Jomo Kenyatta after he had paid me a courtesy call, I have this afternoon launched the 2016 Machakosfest, a short film festival at the Machakos People’s Park. This will be the second edition of the festival that seeks to provide a platform for new talents in the film industry to showcase their work and interact with experienced film makers and related professionals in the industry. This will help nurture and promote the film industry and ultimately raise the production value in Kenya and beyond.

Films should be: a maximum of 7 minutes long, shot specifically for this year’s edition with the first public screening being at the Gala, have at least a scene or location shot within Machakos County. Films should be in any Kenyan language (with subtitles) and be delivered on DVD or HD MP4 format in 24 frames per seconds.

The grand prize is Ksh.1M. I will top that up with a personal contribution of Ksh.200,000 to the overall winner. This year’s edition is better with additional categories such as Documentary films, Schools category and Tertiary institutions. The first prize for these categories is Ksh.250,000.

My Government acknowledges the potential in the film industry. Let me reiterate that no film maker should be charged any fees to make a movie in Machakos. I urge film makers and stakeholders in the industry to take advantage of digital broadcasting and create quality content for an ever growing market for local content.”

Mutua posted on his official Facebook Page accompanied by the photos below of him and Jomo Kenyatta.