Wealthy businessman Gor Selemang’o does not understand why people are making a fuss about his recent grand entrance on a chopper at the wedding of Pulse Editor, Stevens Kisuli Muendo on Friday in Karen, Nairobi.
The former Chairman of the Youth Enterprise Fund caused a scene when he landed in a helicopter at the wedding reception held at the exuberant Stedmak Gardens, as one of Muendo’s uncles was addressing the couple.
According to Gor, choppers are not a big deal and he uses them as a regular means of transport.
Speaking to Citizen Digital, Gor argued, “I don’t mean to show off when I traverse places quite often in a chopper; to me it’s about convenience and saving time. I am sure anybody who had the opportunity of such convenience would love the means.”
“It’s a mode of transport just like matatus, motor bikes, bicycles; I don’t see the reason of fascination about it,” he added.
According to the wedding attendees, the chopper circled around the venue several times, temporarily disrupting ongoing speeches before it finally landed.
He defended himself saying, “It wasn’t supposed to disturb the peace of the occasion. I had come from campaigns, and was to attend the wedding. After which I was going somewhere else. I don’t see if it’s a big deal.”
- Citizen Digital