We Lived in a Humble Abode in Githurai But Had Love and Big Dreams, Ezekiel Mutua Celebrates 20 Years of Marriage

April 13, 2017

Away from matters morality, Kenya’s moral policeman Ezekiel Mutua is a happy man having clocked an impressive twenty years in marriage.

The Kenya Film Classification Board CEO yesterday celebrated the 2oth anniversary of his marriage to Jane Mutua.

The two were declared husband and wife in 1997 at the Gospel Assembly Church Ruaraka in Nairobi.

Taking to his official Facebook page, Mr Mutua looked back at the two decades with the love of his life and revealed their inspiring rags to riches story.

When they married, Mutua was a trainee reporter at Nation Newspaper while Jane was a teacher at Ruiru High School and they lived in Githurai’s Kimbo area.

In his social media post. Mutua thanked Jane for her love and support, describing her as the bedrock of his family.

They are blessed with two sons.

Read the full post below:

“A day like today – 12th April 1997, at the Gospel Assembly Church Ruaraka – Nairobi, Bishop Dr. Alois Rutivi would declare us husband and wife. It was the beginning of a journey to establish a family, support each other and contribute meaningfully to a better society. Twenty years down the line, we look back with profound humility and gratitude at the grace of God that has brought us this far. In 1997 Jane was a teacher at Ruiru High School having just cleared her MA in Education at KU. I was a trainee reporter at the Nation newspapers and we lived in a humble abode somewhere in Githurai Kimbo. We didn’t have much but we had love and big dreams. Twenty years later, we look back with humility at the odds conquered, joy shared over two decades and God’s grace that has cemented our love. We are grateful for the blessing of a family, our wonderful kids and flourishing careers. May this post be our token of gratitude to God and family and to everyone who has in one way or another contributed to add joy to our lives. To my wife Jane, the girl from Murang’a, the bedrock of our family and my friend, thank you for your love, friendship and support. . .
“And now unto Him who is able to do immeasurably more than we ask or imagine, according to the power that is at work within us, to Him be the Glory for ever and ever.” AMEN!”


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