Biker Arranges Proposal at Busy Mall Using His Whole Club of 26 Bikes and Helmets

Biker Arranges Proposal at Busy Mall Using His Whole Club of 26 Bikes and Helmets

- Business at Garden City Mall came to a standstill over the weekend when Kenyan biker Malaika Kaular Othniel proposed to his fiancee Kezia Roopnarine

- Malaika and his fellow bikers creatively used about 26 bikes to form the shape of a heart. Below it, they made a question mark using at least 24 helmets

- Malaika has been praised for his creativity and people have wished the couple nothing but the best in their new chapter of life

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A Kenyan biker Malaika Kaular Othniel is the talk of the town after proposing to his lover Kezia Roopnarine in a romantic style. His proposal is one of a kind, and Kenyans have praised him for being creative.

Nduthi gang: Lovestruck man stops business at Garden City to propose to lover using numerous motorbikes
Malaika Kaular Othniel and his lover Kezia Roopnarine. Photo: Hadriel Photography.
Source: Facebook

He used over 20 bikes and helmets.

Malaika and his fellow bikers creatively used about 26 bikes to form the shape of a heart. Below it, they made a question mark using at least 24 helmets. Malaika placed a big placard with the words "Will you marry me" between the heart made of bikes and the question mark.

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He then walked to the centre of the motorbikes, went on one knee and flushed out a ring. Kezia, who was on the balcony of one of the buildings at the expansive mall, could not hold back her tears.

Nduthi gang: Lovestruck man stops business at Garden City to propose to lover using numerous motorbikes
Malaika Kaular Othniel and his lover Kezia Roopnarine. Photo: Hadriel Photography.
Source: Facebook

She came down and joined her fiance at the venue.

Kezia said "Yes".

The couple's creative proposal brought business to a standstill at the busy Thika Road Mall.

Nduthi gang: Lovestruck man stops business at Garden City to propose to lover using numerous motorbikes
Malaika Kaular Othniel and his lover Kezia Roopnarine. Photo: Hadriel Photography.
Source: Facebook

The beautiful moment was captured by none other than Bramwel Hadriel of Hadriel Photography. He shared the photos on his social accounts and captioned:

"The most beautiful bikers engagement this past weekend Malaika Kaular Othniel stopped business at Garden City Nairobi to engage the love of his life Kezia Roopnarine, it was magical."
Nduthi gang: Lovestruck man stops business at Garden City to propose to lover using numerous motorbikes
Malaika Kaular Othniel and his lover Kezia Roopnarine. Photo: Hadriel Photography.
Source: Facebook

Kenyans have wished the couple nothing but the best as they begin a new chapter in life, and below are some of their comments:

Racheal Yrimu wrote:

"Beautiful."

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Prue Wairimu:

"Because he's a biker, he did it his style!! Congratulations Malaika Kaular Othniel, this is way too cool!! Also really impressed by your biker family."

Agaltotot Bree said:

"Congrats Malaika Kaular Othniel. May God bless your union."

Deborah Mauti:

"Wow.The most beautiful thing I have seen today."

Joze Kiggundu:

"Love is a beautiful thing."

Ken Aringo said:

"So artistic."

Wangari Tecla posted:

"This is so beautiful! I love it and a hearty congratulations to the couple."

In a related article published on Briefly News, a Nigerian man identified as Lesu Lemon left many awed after proposing to his girlfriend at his former high school.

The romantic man and his now-fiancèe were having a tour of his former high school when he proposed to her.

While in one of the classrooms, Lesu went down on one knee, removed a ring, and asked his lover to marry her. The excited lady could not hide her joy, and she said "Yes".

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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