President William Ruto on Friday, June 30 flew the first couple to register their wedding on the revamped eCitizen platform, to Diani for their honeymoon.
Speaking at the wedding conducted at KICC, Ruto indicated that Nicholas and Judith would be treated to a limousine ride from the airport to their fully paid honeymoon at a resort in the Coastal town.
The Head of State explained that the couple was selected to celebrate their wedding at the event as he wanted to showcase how government services would become easier and more efficient on the digitised platform.
"Congratulations on your wedding. I am very pleased to attend your wedding. I instructed the ministry to pick at random, Kenyans who were planning to celebrate their wedding today.
"I requested the registrar to have the wedding here after they booked it on the platform. I have booked the two of you four nights in Diani. We will organise a limousine to take you to the hotel. My very best wishes in your marriage," he stated.
After congratulating the couple, Ruto and other government officials including Cabinet Secretaries presented the couple with wedding gifts.
In what served as a milestone for the middle-aged couple, Nicholas and Judith also cut their wedding cake in the presence of the head of state before heading out for their honeymoon.
Nicholas and Judith's wedding was presided over by an assistant registrar at the Office of the Attorney General.
At first, the assistant registrar asked the groom to remove the veil and confirm that the woman on the opposite end was indeed the bride - a move that saw the hundreds witness the union.
Nicholas and Judith were also reminded of the importance of the union. The groom was notified of his commitment to having one wife.
After exchanging their vows, the duo went ahead to sign their wedding certificate as the infamous song Sweetie Sweetie by Zabron Singers played in the background.