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Adelle Onyango who works for Radio Africa group in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, wedded dressed in a bespoke gown by Ogake Mosomi, an award-winning Kenyan designer.

Leading Radio Presenter Marries

By Grace Kerongo
Published July 29, 2017

Adelle Onyango, a leading Kenyan radio presenter has on July 28, 2017 walked down the aisle.A leading Kenyan radio presenter has walked down the aisle.

Adelle Onyango, who wedded on July 28, 2017 said, “I do” to the love of her life at an intimate ceremony where only close family and friends were in attendance.

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“Kenya is so beautiful! The venue is a hidden corner called Zereniti and it truly is where zen meets serenity,” Adelle Onyango gushed.

Adelle Onyango who works for Kiss FM which is part of the Radio Africa group in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, wedded dressed in a bespoke gown by an award-winning Kenyan designer.

“Kenyans are so talented; my gown is fully made in Kenya by Ogake Mosomi. Buy Kenyan; it’s worth it!,” she said.

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Adelle Onyango who works for Radio Africa group in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, wedded dressed in a bespoke gown by Ogake Mosomi, an award-winning Kenyan designer.Laughing, the social activist known for her uplifting projects like Sisterhood and TeamAdelle said that she opted for a small and intimate affair because it is a ‘celebration of love with family instead of inviting celebs as it’s not an industry concert.’

The colour theme for the wedding was silver and white.

“My fave colour is tangerine but I didn’t want my wedding to look like a political rally; so I went with my next fave colours: silver and white.”

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