Photos of Jalango’s lavish traditional wedding [video]

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Photos of Jalango’s traditional wedding

Media personality Felix Odiwour, commonly known as Jalang'o wedded his wife in a traditional ceremony, an event that was attended by his close friends and relatives.

From a post seen by Pulse Live, one of his friends took to Instagram to congratulate him for the big move and also shared photos and videos of the ceremony.

Among the people who attended the event were MC Jessy, Alex Mwakideu, Robert Burale, Chris Kirwa and Big ted,

The popular comedian and radio presenter wedded his wife in a beautiful, low-key ceremony whose details remain scanty.

Below are photos of how the event went down.

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