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[PHOTOS] State moves venue of civil marriages to city school

AG's Office in Nairobi officially moved the venue for civil marriages to Nairobi Primary School.

In Summary

• Couples will be given a specific date to do their wedding at Nairobi Primary and will be allowed to tag along only two witnesses for their civil marriage.

• The CAS State Law Office Winnie Guchu presided the event

Stanislaw Zielonka and Christine Njeri officially get married at the Attorney General's office
Stanislaw Zielonka and Christine Njeri officially get married at the Attorney General's office
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On Wednesday, the Office of the Attorney General in Nairobi County officially moved the venue for civil marriages to Nairobi Primary School.

The CAS State Law Office Winnie Guchu presided the event where couples were seen enjoying the serene environment of the school.

Office of the Attorney general team lead by CAS State Law Office Winnie Guchu launch the open air civil marriage
Office of the Attorney general team lead by CAS State Law Office Winnie Guchu launch the open air civil marriage
Image: MERCY MUMO
 

The registration process will be done online and the interviews will be conducted at the Attorney General's office.

Senior assistant Registrar of Marriage Loise Bett officiate the marriage of Antony Muriu and Jane Njambi as their two witnesses Peter Kibara and Betrice Kibara watch
Senior assistant Registrar of Marriage Loise Bett officiate the marriage of Antony Muriu and Jane Njambi as their two witnesses Peter Kibara and Betrice Kibara watch
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Thereafter, the couples will be given a specific date to do their wedding at Nairobi Primary and will be allowed to tag along only two witnesses for their civil marriage.

Senior state council officer of the Attorney General Victor Wabuyube hands over the marriage certificate to Janet Achieng and Ouma Osumba
Senior state council officer of the Attorney General Victor Wabuyube hands over the marriage certificate to Janet Achieng and Ouma Osumba
Image: MERCY MUMO

"Due to coronavirus pandemic the registration will still be conducted online but the interview will be done at the office and later on the marriage will be conducted at Nairobi primary," Guchu said.

Janet Achieng and Ouma Osumba's witnesses sign their marriage certificate
Janet Achieng and Ouma Osumba's witnesses sign their marriage certificate
Image: MERCY MUMO