Paul wrote this to the Corithians; “…Now, to the unmarried and to the widows I say that it would be better for you to continue to live alone as I do. But if you cannot restrain your desires, go ahead and marry—it is better to marry than to burn with passion.”
And finally the praying partner has become a life partner. Bahati and Diana Marua tied the knot last weekend in invite-only private ceremony at Diana Marua’s parent’s place in Komarock (Nairobi).

The two have been dating for two years. “…we have been together for almost two years now having gone through the different faces of friendship, dating and now marriage.” Diana told Pulse.
There has been a romour that they tied the knot because Diana was already pregnant and when she was asked by the Pulse whether it was true, she had this to say, “…babies are a blessing from God… Since no one can hide a pregnancy, let’s wait and see.”

The ceremony was officiated by their pastors: Patrick Mungai and Pastor Mwangi. And in attendance were among them Mr Seed-the Kumbe Kumbe hit maker, Bahati’s best friend and David Wonder. He who gets a wife, finds a good thing and since it feels good to get the one who loves you “… I love Bahati to the bone.” Diana told Pulse, I guess Bahati must be very happy.

She told the pulse that Bahati gradually taught her how to trust in God. She also added that he has taken her through a spiritual journey; “I can say that he has taken me through a spiritual journey that has also gotten me to understand that God has a way of directing His very own. Bahati has been helping me through the Christian journey and I am grateful life is moving towards the right direction.”

The two on a future date plan to have a mega, a all- are -invited wedding ceremony in the meantime we can say, Bahati officially wanted to get the key and now has it.

And therefore, since ‘a family that prays together, stays together.’ we wish them a long lasting happy life together. Congratulations bro.


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    I comment on ur good work bro.

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    Good work Johnie. I wish to read something about freedom fighters. Thanks.

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