Two Kenyan men wed in London Spear Yesterday, 10:36 PM The wedding has been the talk of the week in London among the Kenyan communities. The wedding of Mr. Daniel Chege Gichia, 39, who wed Charles Ngengi, 40, in London on Saturday 17th October, 2009. It is the first Kenyan gay wedding in the UK where both partners are from Kenyans. A team of about 20 people including the guests arrived at at Islington Council Registry Office, Islington Town Hall , North London at 11.30 am. The bridal party consisted of two Kenyan ladies and two Kenyan men of which one had flown from Holland for the wedding. There was very strict instructions about the press. The press people were denied entry to the registrar's office and even afterwards there was a heated argument press men where the bridal party insisted that the press men should leave but they had no power to do so as it was in a public place. After the wedding a reception ceremony followed in North London at Safari Bar, 975 High Road, North Finchley. About 100 guests attended the reception. There was tension at the reception as some of the security team evicted some cameramen fearing that the news and photos would land into Kenya newspapers. Among the guests who attended the wedding was a old Kenyan lady currently visiting UK who was escorted by her three daughters to the wedding. After witnessing what was happening the old lady had this to say: "Ngai ûroigire ûndehe rûraya nyone maûndû moru ta maya itanakua. Nîkî hihi? Kana nîkio airîtu aya aitû maraga athuri? (How come God allowed me to come over to the UK to see such things. Why? Is this what is causing our girls not to marry?) "the disappointed lady commented.