Luo Man Displays Opulence with Fuel-Guzzling Fleet of Wedding Rides: “Mnafanya Our Men Wanakaa Jokers”
- A wedding entourage created a mini traffic jam as a wedding procession went to the woman's home to pay dowry
- The groom's multi-million fleet of top-of-the-range vehicles included a lead Toyota Lexus similar to one owned by President William Ruto
- Netizens expressed amazement with many saying the groom had set standards for a wedding entourage
A man has stunned netizens with a display of deep pockets as he married the love of his life.
In a viral video, a fleet of top-of-the-range cars parked on the shoulders of the road before driving off to the ceremony.
In a single file, the wedding fleet was led by a Toyota Lexus, similar to the one owned by president William Ruto, as other fuel guzzlers followed suit.
The video elicited comical comments from netizens with some women stating the groom was making their men look weak financially.
“Luo man (Obenge Philemon)'s entourage as he goes to pay dowry for his wife-to-be in Siaya County,” read the video's caption.
See the video below:
Fans reacted to the viral video and below are some of their sampled comments:
“Mnafanya our men wanakaa jokers huku nje. Pressure is getting worse.”
“Car hire ilikuja kusaidia.”
“And then there's your Kikuyu fiancé with his Probox convoy.”
“It is not the size of the entourage matters, is the size of the heart matters.”
On Sunday, November 28, 2021, TUKO.co.ke reported that a man made a spectacular entry into his wedding riding on superbikes.
The bride was overwhelmed by emotion after her husband requested to have Kenyans provide a superbike entourage at their ceremony.
Over 50 bikes showed up at Mark's residence to pick him up despite the heavy rains on the day.
Speaking to TUKO.co.ke, one of the bike entourage organisers, Mohkay, @_Mohkay on Twitter, said Mark was totally shocked by the turnout and could not even stand at some point as he was overwhelmed.
“He was so shocked that he had to be assisted at some point because he could not walk on his own. More than 50 bikes came and it was heavily raining. People decided why not, we must be seen. We disturbed Fedha and Embakasi with braps and horns,” he said.