Rwandan President Paul Kagame's eldest daughter, Ange Kagame, is officially off the market, Briefly.co.za can authoritatively report.
Kigali's First Daughter walked down the aisle with the love of his life, Bertrand Ndengeyingoma, on Saturday, July 6.
The highly private white wedding ceremony was held at the Intare Conference Arena in Kabuga town, Rwanda and attended by invited guests who included family members and close friends.
According to reports from Rwanda, the ceremony was so private that the only initial photos that found their way into the interwebs appeared to have been taken by drones.
The colourful but secret wedding excited countless Rwandese who thronged social media platforms with endless congratulatory messages.
The official church wedding came just months after the two lovers exchanged marital vows in a civil weddingheld at Kigali City Council offices on June 8, 2019.
A civil wedding is a non-religious, legal marriage ceremony presided over by an authorized government official and usually takes place without any religious affiliation.
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It should be noted the two lovers compliment each other in that they both boast of rich educational backgrounds.
Billy holds a Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and is currently a PhD candidate at the London School of Economics.
Ange on the other hand is a political science graduate from Massachusetts’ Smith College.
Months after the lovely traditional wedding of Mo Abudu's daughter Temidayo to her lovely hubby Adebola, an elaborate white wedding ceremony was recently held in California, USA, to round off all the events held to solemnise the coming together of the couple.
The white wedding which was ranch-themed was well attended by several guests who looked their best in peach-coloured dresses. The venue of the ceremony itself was embellished with greenery and surrounded by rocks.
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