- A woman identified as Rine Mbura requested people to help her get a wedding gown for her brother’s bride who was getting married on Sunday in a mass wedding
- A kind lady reached out and said she would give her a wedding gown and asked her to tell her sister-in-law to keep it
- Mbura came back on Facebook today to thank the kind woman for her generosity and shared pictures of how the wedding went down
A lady on Facebook identified as Rine Mbura has come out to thank a kind woman who helped her brother’s wife-to-be with a wedding gown after posting that she needed help on Facebook.
The bride got a wedding dress from a kind Facebook user. Photo: Rine Mbura.
How it all started
Mbura had on Friday asked if there was anyone who was kind enough to bless her sister-in-law with a wedding gown.
The said sister-in-law was having a mass wedding on that coming Sunday and she was the only one among the brides who did not have a wedding gown.
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Mbura then gave a description size for her sister-in-law and explained that she felt she needed to enjoy her day but she was not in any way able to get her a gown.
A kind Facebook user identified as Hellen Shikoo reached out on the comment section and posted a photo of herself and her husband on their wedding day and asked Mbura if the sister would love the wedding dress.
Shikoo also mentioned that the gown was clean and that she can keep it after the wedding and bless someone else who may be in need like she was.
Mbura’s sister-in-law wedded her brother and she came back on Facebook to thank the kind lady for her generosity.
This is what she posted on the Kilimani Mums Facebook group:
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“On Friday I wrote here looking for a wedding gown. The support from members was overwhelming. Thanks to everyone who offered to help, may almighty God meet you at your point of need. We got a beautiful gown from Hellen Shikoo and she offered even more support where there was lack. May God bless you always.”
Here are some of the comments from the post:
Shikoh Joe said:
“She made a very beautiful bride. You’re such an amazing sis-in-law. May you never lack and be blessed beyond measure. To Hellen Shikoo, may you receive God’s overflowing blessings.”
Njery Wa Mainah commented:
“I am so touched by your kind words and those who volunteered to help her. thank you so much and God bless you all. Congratulations to her.”
Valerie-Siwa Susan added:
“Such stories give me hope in humanity, love conquers all. Bless you, all givers!”
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In a separate story, a woman took to social media to complain that a bride removed her from the WhatsApp group.
She explained that she joked and said the relationship will end in premium tears and she was ejected from the group.
Social media users condemned her for making such comments and supported the bride for making that decision to cut her off from the group.