NTV news anchor and investigative editor Dennis Okari and his fiancée Naomi Joy kiss each other after their wedding at Ridgeways Baptist Church on Kiambu Road on Friday.

NTV news anchor and investigative editor Dennis Okari married his fiancée Naomi Joy on Friday morning at Ridgeways Baptist Church on Kiambu Road.

This is the second time that Okari is marrying after his marriage to K24 news anchor Betty Kyalo ended unceremoniously six months after their glamorous wedding. They have one child together.

When asked to comment on Okari’s decision to remarry, Kyalo wished her ex-husband all the best in his new marriage.

In an interview with True Love magazine last year, Kyalo blamed Okari for their failed marriage.

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The TV siren claimed that Okari stood her up in their traditional wedding. She also claimed that Okari failed to shield her from his family members who were not very accommodative of her.

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Kyalo also accused Okari of joining a ‘weird’ religious group that he got so deep into that he once showed up with an healer to hospital to see her who was allegedly brought to ‘cure’ Kyalo’s stomach upset.

NTV news anchor Dennis Okari (centre) ahead of his wedding with Naomi Joy.

However, on Thursday, Kyalo said she has nothing against Okari, saying she wished him well with his new flame.

In a question-and-answer session with her Instagram followers, she said: “I am happy for him. I wish him the best. And, to everyone else who has gone or is going through the same thing (divorce), you are human, life happens, move on and find your happiness. I am happier (outside marriage).”

The invite-only wedding was planned in such secrecy that no one knew about it until Bonfire Adventures CEO Simon Kabu leaked the news by posting on his Instagram page.

He wrote: “Attending my friend’s wedding. Join me in congratulating him. @dennisokari . #wedding.” The post went viral as congratulatory messages poured in.

There were reports that the organisation was so tight knit that family and friends were asked not to take photos.

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