Valentines Gift: Linet Toto Gets Engaged in Private Ceremony
Bomet Woman Representative Linet ‘Toto’ Chepkorir got engaged on Tuesday, February 14, Valentine’s day.
Speaking to Kenyans.co.ke Emmanuel Lemiso, a family friend, confirmed that Toto got engaged to Godfrey Kimutai in a private ceremony at Sarova Panafric Hotel in Nairobi.
“The ceremony was private, and she said yes. The two have been in a relationship for a while and this culminated in the engagement,” Lemiso intimated.
A photo of Bomet Woman Representative Linet Toto during her engagement on Tuesday, February 14, 2023.
He added that Kimutai organised the surprise marriage proposal and reserved one of the conference rooms in the hotel.
The Woman Representative shared images of the engagement, confirming that she was officially off the market.
“And I finally said yes. You are one in a million. May God be with us in this journey. Happy valentine’s day sweetheart, I love you,” she wrote.
Images seen by Kenyans.co.ke revealed that from the entrance of the room, an aisle with red roses and candles on the side was set up, leading onto a leading to a flower tower.
Decor also included heart-shaped balloons and the letters ‘marry me’ arranged to set the mood. With Kimitai going down on one knee, Toto did not disappoint.
Lemiso disclosed that Kimutai is an employee at the Bomet County government. He, alongside other friends, congratulated the couple.
“Congratulations to Kim and Chepkorir. Love is beautiful,” he wrote, sharing photos of the two.
“Wishing you a glorious ceremony with an abundance of wonderful memories to follow! Congratulations to both of you for finding your life partners on this happy day,” another close friend wrote.
Toto made headlines during the August 2022 General Election after she was elected the MP for Bomet county at just 24 years of age.
During and after her campaign trail, see kept her love life private, only dismissing being in a relationship with a boda boda rider who ferried her around during her campaigns.
She was among youthful lawmakers who joined parliament after the August 2022 polls. Others are Mumias East MP Peter Salasya and Kirinyaga Women Representative Njeri Maina.
A collage of Bomet Woman Representative Linet Toto during her engagement to Godfrey Mutai on February 14, 2023.