Donkey cart chauffeur newly wedded couple in Tumu
A worker at the department of Agriculture and a lotto agent has wedded his lovely wedded wife with a ride on donkey chariot in Tumu.
The groom, Mr Romanus has told Radfordfmonline.net “that after the wedding at the Tumu ‘Our lady’s of Lourdes Catholic church, I was cutting my coat according to my size and the donkey cart is what I use in my daily activities and it’s usage comes at no cost”, he said.
Dressed in European styled suit, the bride and her best friend were seen seated in a a latest fashionable apparel which blended very well with the traditional transport.
His bride, who was happily enjoying the jolly ride waved at the onlookers whilst she took turns in a photoshoot with family and friends after being pronounced husband and wife at a morning mass last Sunday.
The donkey cart had roof covered with a tapauline providing the bride shade from the scortchy sun.
It was also decorated with ribbons, balloons and had a white cloth tied around the metal area apart from painting it, giving it a colorful outlook which court the attention of the public who watched them gleefully with amusement.
Like the legendary American singer and a song writer, Dolly Parton’s “my coat of many colours” proverbial hit track, the pair couldn’t be bothered about hiring or calling a friend to drive them to church and home as they drove their cart home singing and laughing off the day on a wooden slab as their chair .