Pregnant woman storms Nakuru church to stop wedding
There was drama at a Nakuru church after a pregnant woman attempted to disrupt a wedding claiming that the groom was already married to her.
21-year-old Agnes Wanjiru stormed into the compound of ACK Jehovah Shammah Church at Pipeline Estate in a bid to stop Agnes Wangari and Dennis Kinyanjui from getting married.
According to her, she and Denis have lived together as husband and wife for 3 years.
Wanjiru who is 6months pregnant as per doctors report she displayed to the media said she they had agreed to wait until she conceives so that she undergoes a DNA test for the child.
She added that her family had obtained an order from a lawyer barring Saints Fellowship preacher Stephen Kariuki from conducting the Saturday wedding.
The woman further claimed that Kinyanjui has two other girlfriends who did not know about the wedding.
During the fracas, window panes were broken as supporters of Agnes tried to for forcefully gain their way into the church.
Two police officers who were at the scene could only watch in disbelief as Wanjiru proceeded to climb over the gate but found the church doors locked.
The wedding ceremony proceeded under the leadership of Pastor Livingstone Kimani of Heroes of Faith Church, Ponda Mali.
Efforts to get comment from the bride and the groom or their parents were futile as they refused to speak to the media and hurriedly left in three vehicles.
Drama as 2 women storm into a church in Nakuru's Pipeline area in an attempt to stop the wedding of a man they claim to be the husband to one of them..
Posted by Thika Town Today on Saturday, December 29, 2018
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