KTN’s senior News anchor and political editor Ben Kitili has dared his critics over his recent cross-cultural and cross-religious wedding to cross his line.
Kitili made the vows on her love of life Amina Mude a Muslim and of Somali Origin before the Attorney General’s office before the two lovebirds invited their families for a colorful reception at the Panari hotel in Nairobi on Friday.
[KTN’s Senior News anchor Ben Kitili with his wife Amina Mude. Photo/Courtesy]
Ben and Amina got engaged in 2015 and were blessed with a beautiful daughter Ruby Iman Nzembi Kitili.
Ben took on the social media posting photos of the colorful but highly private ceremony which was attended by the two families, his close friends and workmates.
“To all my Muslims and Somali brothers and sisters, thank you, but for those who are not receptive it’s your right as long as you don’t cross my line. God is more important than religion,” he posted.
The well composed, articulated news anchor was showered with praises from his friends and relatives but some of those against the union criticized Amina for accepting a non Muslim.
[KTN’s Senior News anchor and political editor Ben Kitili. Photo/courtesy]