Mary Lincoln’s Cute Flowery Dress at State House Stuns Netizens: “Absolutely Blessed”
- Mary Lincoln is a Christian gospel musician known for her song ‘Ngai Niarumitie Makinya Maitu' featuring Charles King'ori
- She is the second wife of renowned media personality Njogu Wa Njoroge who she has always never shied from showing off to the public
- Marya and Njogu both have children from their previous relationships and have always insisted on proper co-parenting for their children
Gospel singer Mary Lincoln dazzled in a flower-patterned figure-hugging dress as she joined dignitaries at State House Nairobi.
The musician who is the second wife of radio presenter Njogu Wa Njoroge took the opportunity to mingle and take photos with politicians who had been invited for a luncheon after president William Ruto's swearing-in ceremony.
Mary took to her Facebook and shared the photos with the caption:
“A day well spent.”
See photos below:
The photos attracted comments from her fans and below are some of their comments:
Aggie Aggie Junior wrote:
“Absolutely beautiful girl keep going.”
Berine Nyando wrote:
“Beautiful outfit so elegant.”
Andrew Kithure wrote:
“So proud of you cutie. Cheers, and keep up the good work.”
Marggie Gitaiba wrote:
“Mary, imagine you are going far. This is not in vain God is elevating you to a senior post.”
Mary Lincoln portrait
On Wednesday, July 13, TUKO.co.ke reported Mary Lincon was pleasantly surprised when a young artist approached her after Sunday service and gave her a portrait that he had done for her.
Lincoln was worshipping at the Synagogue of Hope in Kasarani, Nairobi and according to Joseph Ngungi, she gave an electric performance as usual.
Once they were out, he gave her a big A2 portrait, complete with its frame. The pencilled portrait was of the comely Kikuyu artiste in an elaborate weave hairdo.
So good was the portrait that it brought out all the facial features of the musician who also doubles up as former Kameme FM presenter Njogu Njoroge's second wife.
Lincoln appreciated Ngugi saying:
“Today I want to appreciate this man. He found me in church and said he wanted to see me. He went ahead and gave me my photo.”