Siaya Governor James Orengo’s daughter Lavender Orengo and her fiancé Albert Adur on Friday, October 7 tied the knot in an exquisite wedding in Karen, Nairobi.
The wedding ceremony was graced by among others former Prime Minister Raila Odinga, MPs Otiende Amollo, Elisha Odhiambo and Samuel Atandi.
According to photos from the event, Orengo and his wife, Betty Kaari Murungi walked Lavender down the aisle moments before she took her vows.
The beautiful lass wore a lovely white sleeveless gown, while her hubby wore a crisp and a well-fitting blue suit.
Raila on the other hand looked dapper in a blue suit and a grey fedora hat, while Orengo stepped out in a grey suit and a red tie.
Betty wore an orange floral dress.
K24 Digital understands that Albert is a pilot.
What a wonderful day yesterday as Gov. James Orengo's daughter Lavender Orengo wedded her husband Albert. Congratulations Lavender and may God bless you and your family. pic.twitter.com/eKdJWzv4X0— Victor Marende (@OkothMarende) October 8, 2022
James Orengo children
Orengo and his wife Betty were blessed with seven children; three boys and four girls namely Michael, Bob, Steven, Zeni, Josephine, Lavender and Lynette Orengo.
Despite keeping his children off the limelight, the Governor has been celebrating their achievements publicly.
For instance, in July this year, Orengo celebrated his son Bob after being admitted to the bar at the Supreme Court of Kenya.
The Senior Counsel was full of praise for his son after the ceremony presided over by the then Chief Justice David Maraga.
"My boy. A proud and consequential moment! Congratulations on your admission to the Bar Bob," Orengo wrote on Twitter.
James Orengo meets Mbogi Genje
In September 2021, Orengo met the Gengetone group after heaping praises at the talented crew prompting the trio to request for an appointment with him.
The ODM leader invited the music group to his office and committed to support them in their future endeavors.
"Mbogi Genje wamemuok na wakanipeleka na rieng'. Our artists play a key role in our society and I will always endeavor to support them. Hawa wagenje ni warena," Orengo said.
While attending the Skiza thanksgiving ceremony in Ndakaini, Muranga county, Orengo specifically lauded the group for producing wonderful music.
“I’m currently in Ndakaini, Murang'a County for the Skiza thanksgiving ceremony, I quickly remember this group of young Kenyans Mbogi Genje, who are doing a wonderful job
“Their latest hit featuring Khaligraph titled Warena is greatly artistic. Music made in Kenya," Orengo posted.