Angry wife storms Anglican church with machomen to destroy her husband's secret wedding

A jealous wife who felt he was being taken advantage off by his husband who sought to marry a second wife stormed the church where the wedding was being held with his friends and macho men to destroy the wedding.

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According to the reports, guest and family members who were gathered at the Anglican Diocese of Mt Kenya South St. James Cathedral in Kiambu town, Kenya fled for their lives as the woman and her company cause rampage at the venue.

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Luckily for the bride, she had heard the impending doom and had already hired security to guide the wedding. It was the security who manage to slow down the situation. Media men who attempted to take videos of the scene received beatings of their lives from the macho men.

But, the couple managed to still carry on with the wedding inside a close door whiles the first wife and her company fumed outside the church after being driven out.

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From what we have gathered from local media, the first wife and the husband have been separated but they have not officially divorced. A judge is yet to rule on their divorce. I guess she is having it hard to deal with the breakup.

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