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Meet Angela Omwoha: The Lady Who Designed June Ruto’s Wedding

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For the majority of Kenyans, finding a job is usually the first of a thousand steps to achieving a position of financial independence. With a sweet life in mind, the goal is to earn the most money in the shortest possible time.

However, as they get a job, some of them start looking for another type of freelance job. But quitting a job and going on a trip to become your own boss takes more than a passion and a dream.

This is the story of Angela Omwoha, the event planner who planned, designed, organized and saw the success of the wedding of Vice President William Ruto’s daughter, Jane Ruto.

Angelic Touch Events Director, Angela Omwoha and an excerpt from an event managed by the company.

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Speaking in an interview on Saturday, November 20, Omwoha revealed that her journey to become one of Kenya’s most sought-after event planners began when she was an employee sitting behind a desk.

“I was a banker before but decided to give it a try. I’m happy, I’m happy,” she said.

Today owner of Angelic Touch Events, the former banker decorates luxury events. She is also an event manager and has worked in the industry for almost six years.

Angela has handled high-profile events including June Ruto’s May 27, which she described as one of the best events she’s hosted this year.

“I liked the way everything went. The customer was very cooperative, very calm. For me it was a good deal,” she said.

She also shared her secret to being successful in a crowded event planning industry.

“I just focus on what I’m doing. I focus on what I want the event to look like and listen to the customer,” she revealed.

The set maestro also revealed that she tries to stay original in her work and meet the needs of the client. She also stated that she is a practical person and that she has worked to develop a network within the industry.

Nonetheless, she faced challenges in her job. At one point when running a wedding in Juba, South Sudan, 3,000 guests showed up for a wedding of 700 by invitation only.

Omwoha and her team have coped with the crises by ensuring that the bride’s wishes are always implemented while also handling the extra number of guests.

From the right;  Vice President William Ruto, 2nd Lady Rachel Ruto, their daughter June Ruto and her husband Alexander Ezenagu

From the right; Vice President William Ruto, 2nd Lady Rachel Ruto, their daughter June Ruto and her husband Alexander Ezenagu

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