- Godfrey Baguma aka Ssebabi who won the world's ugliest man competition recently said I do to his third wife
- The 47-year-old man won the ugliest man title in 2002, after he entered the competition to make money for his family
- Baguma brags of being a father of seven as he has five children with his second wife and two with the first wife
Whoever said that beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder was very right and many love stories have proved the phrase.
Ugandan comedian Godfrey Baguma aka Ssebabi who won the world's ugliest man competition recently said I do to his third wife.
According to photos shared by Moch News, the 47-year-old man wedded his wife in a colourful wedding.
Although it is not clear when the two said I do, the couple looked very happy from the photos making rounds on social media.
Baguma who is believed to be suffering from a rare, unknown medical condition welcomed a baby girl with his second wife 30-year-old Kate Namanda years ago.
Baguma won the ugliest man title in 2002, after he entered the competition to make money for his family.
Before marrying his second wife, the comedian called it quits with his fist wife. It is alleged that he found the mother of his two children cheating.
He is a proud father of seven. He earned his nick name ‘Ssebabi’ after winning in the ugliest man contest.
The father of seven lives in Kyazanga, Lwengo district. Together with his second wife, they have five children.
In other news, Social media users are in stitches after a picture of a family dressed in matching clothes was uploaded to Twitter.
A user identified as Danielmarven uploaded of the image of what looks like a couple and their children.
The family of four can be seen dressed from head to toe in a white and blue checkered fabric. The father is in a full suit whilst the mother is in a peplum dress.
They seem to be in a telecommunications shop conversing with an employee. The father, on the other hand, is preoccupied on a phone call.
Tweeps took to @danielmarven's reply section with hilarious memes and tweets.
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