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We won many battles: Senator Isaac Mwaura celebrates 5th wedding anniversary with sweet post


Jun. 27, 2020

- In a sweet social media post, the senator shared the struggles they have been through in their five years in marriage
- Mwaura said I do to the love of his life in a colourful wedding attended by close friends and family in 2015
- According to the nominated senator, the five years have not been a walk in the park for they have been tested and managed to walkout victoriously
Nominated senator Isaac Mwaura and his wife Mukami have proved that marriage is a beautiful thing and it indeed works.
The couple marked five years in marriage on Saturday, June 27 in a loving post online.
Mwaura took to his social media to celebrate their special day in a beautiful photo posing with his wife and president Uhuru Kenyatta .
In the post, the senator reminiscences the day he and his wife solemnised their vows in a colourful ceremony attended by close friends and family.
"1/4. 5 years ago today, Mukami Rwamba Mwaura and I said I do at a colourful ceremony at the Evergreen Park and later on at State House," he captioned.
Mwaura narrated the challenges they have been through in their marriage and said they have been able to overcome them through faith In God.
The lawmaker recalls losing children and thanked God for the gift of their little son.
"We have won many battles, lost quite a number, fought and quarrelled, made up, lost children yet raised one little Njiru, led a normal life like any other, got caught up in the storms, but we have kept the faith and the friendship altogether," added the senator.
According to him, marriage has taught him and Mukami a lot of things and among them is that it is all about friendship.
"Marriage has taught us that it is not so much a bed of roses, but that steady friendship that gives you the assurance that all shall be well despite the circumstances. That it is not so much what good or bad will happen to either or both of you, but that you stick together, facing the challenge together, no matter the tides of life," he added.
According to the senator, marriage is not for the faint-hearted and it is only successful when the parties involved put God first.
"That marriage is above of all, putting GOD first and walking beside each other in this journey of survival for the fittest. It is never a walk in the park and it is not for the faint-hearted either. Its however not a walk in desert storm, but a mixture of both good and not so good, some kind of sweet chilli. We thank GOD for our Happy 5th wedding anniversary!," he concluded.
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