Proud Mama! Bishop Margaret Wanjiru Is a Happy Mother After DAUGHTER Walks Down The Aisle

Bishop Margaret Wanjiru is a proud mother after her daughter exchanged vows with the love of her life back in Atlanta, Georgia in the US.

The pastor cum politician attended the beautiful wedding over the weekend for the big day as her daughter Purity Kariuki walked down the aisle to say ‘I do’ to her lover Michael Litunda.

Margaret Wanjiru’s daughter is indeed a beauty to behold and has her mother’s looks just that she’s much younger, and of course, with the African curves and skin tone.

Purity Kariuki tied the knot at a private wedding affair that was attended by only close friends and family, and her mother couldn’t be any happier, though little is known about her.


The elegant bride donned a strapless, white wedding gown with an amazing trail, with her head almost fully covered by the veil, and an expensive-looking chain around her forehead.

The former Starehe MP did not disappoint with her style, as she rocked a golden Ankara dress with a well-knitted in a bow on the waistline, and white heels.

Celebrated Kenyan singer Mercy Myra, who is now based in the US, was the surprise artiste, from the husband, who performed for the stunning bride.


According to reports, Margaret Wanjiru revealed that she was happy for her daughter, as she embraced the inter-cultural marriages, saying that she appreciates everyone no matter the tribe cultural backgrounds.

Wanjiru’s sons are also married. The first born son, Stephen Kariuki is married to a woman from the Rabai community while the other has a wife who is an African-American.

Congratulations to the newlyweds.



Bishop Wanjiru decamps to TNA from ODM

Former Starehe MP Margaret Wanjiru on Wednesday decamped to TNA from the ODM party and announced that she will contest the Nairobi governor seat on the party’s ticket.

The move will arguably change Nairobi’s political landscape given that other leading politicians in the TNA fold in Nairobi including Starehe MP Maina Kamanda and Senator Mike Sonko are eying the same seat on the same party’s ticket.

Wanjiru is the first senior politician in Nairobi to ditch ODM for its rival party. Speaking after she was received by TNA Secretary General Onyango Oloo and Executive Director Joseph Mathai respectively, she accused Kidero of spending millions of shillings meant for Nairobi’s development on harambees in Nyanza.

“Today we send a clear message to non-performing Nairobi governor; you will earn a salary every month despite the fact that you do not deliver services to Nairobians. Mr. Governor are more concerned about developing Nyanza than Nairobi where we elected you,” she said.