TV personalities Joyce Omondi and Waihiga Mwaura are among the few Kenyan celebrity couples, who rarely show their love for each other on social media platforms. They are both well-known TV personalities, who also cherish preaching the word of God.
How They Met
Waihiga and Joyce first met in 2012, on a Sunday, as she was leaving the set of her Rauka Citizen TV show.
The current Citizen TV News Night programme anchor then invited her to his birthday party but she didn’t show up.
Interestingly, Joyce would later also invite him to her birthday, and he turned up and that is how their relationship started.
When And Where They got Married
After four years of secret dating and courtship, the lovebirds finally exchanged their marriage vows on 18th November 2015, at the swanky Sawela Lodge in Naivasha.
Today, 18th December, Joyce took to her Instagram saying:
“Oh the joy you’ve filled my life with. Aheri (Dholuo meaning, I love you).”
Her lovely husband would not be outdone.
“She is the poem I never dared to write. ~ Anonymous,”
The News Night TV programme anchor wrote on his Instagram.
Joyce’s hubby Waihiga Mwaura Also Preaches
The news anchor was on 17th November spotted preaching in the Deliverance Church in Eldoret, where he had been invited by Bishop George Gichana to lead a session of Praise and Worship with his wife.
The two put aside the journalistic side for a while and led an intense praise and worship session before the preacher of the day, Wahiga Mwaura, took over.
In a society that is intensely corrupt and with no morals, the media personality said that he always does everything possible to fight graft and promote integrity within him and around him.
About The Couple So Far
About their family so far.
Though married for four years now, the couple have not been blessed with a child, but that has not diminished their love for each other.
Waihiga Mwaura’s achievements in media
Waihiga won The BBC Komla Dumor award and the CNN Africa Journalist of the Year award in the sports category in 2018, though he has not had any formal training in journalism.