Woman falls in love and marries man after making wrong WhatsApp call

Woman falls in love and marries man after making wrong WhatsApp call

- A man by the name of Aaron used his sister's wedding photo as his WhatsApp profile photo

- A lady texted him months after he was added to a WhatsApp group where he had been sharing daily devotions on end

- She called Aaron, thinking he was also a lady, to thank him for sharing the devotions

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Ever heard of misfortunes are blessings in disguise? Well, if you have then you will understand some things you expected the least, may be the same things that can give you all your desired happiness.

So, is the story of how the love between a Ugandan man named Aaron Musoba and his boo Beatrice Nambi was initiated and brewed, leading to marriage. It all started with Aaron using his sister's wedding photo as his WhatsApp profile photo.

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As fate would have it, he was randomly added to a WhatsApp group where he kept entertaining members with a daily devotion. He did this for a while until it came to Beatrice's attention in 2016, when she duly thought it wise to reach out to Aaron to thank him for tirelessly sharing devotions.

Woman falls in love, marries man after making wrong WhatsApp call to him

Aaron and Beatrice met by chance. Photo: My Wedding UG
Source: UGC

To Beatrice, she thought Aaron was a lady due to his WhatsApp profile photo. Beatrice went ahead to reach out to ''the devotions lady'' via a WhatsApp call but Aaron did not answer.

Woman falls in love, marries man after making wrong WhatsApp call to him

Beatrice called Aaron thinking he was her fellow woman. Photo: My Wedding UG
Source: UGC

He, however, called back and just like that, they created a chemistry, although Beatrice was shocked to learn Aaron was not a lady as she thought. According to My Wedding Uganda, the two kept talking to each other and became close friends because Aaron was dating a different person during that time.

“I heard a playful but lovely voice at the end of the line. I called her occasionally and were only friends because I was in a relationship at the time,” Musoba disclosed.
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The two kept communicating and didn't meet until on June 3, 2016 when Aaron visited Beatrice at her church and her beauty stunned him.

Woman falls in love, marries man after making wrong WhatsApp call to him

Their wedding was very colourful. Photo: My Wedding UG
Source: UGC

No sooner had Aaron enjoyed the relationship after wooing Beatrice than he flew to Ethiopia for a scholarship programme. The new lovebirds had to endure the challenges of a long-distance relationship for a while before Aaron finally jetted back to Uganda to work on his relationship.

While back in Uganda, he fastened the wedding process and after completing all traditional ceremony, they finally walked down the aisle in a church wedding. The rest, as they say, is history.

In other news about amazing love stories, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a lady who gushed about marrying her first love. A stunning young bride recently took to Facebook to share some pictures of herself and her new husband.

The bride, whose name is Nonkolo Gqolodashe, posted the pictures in Facebook's feel-good group, ImStaying. Wearing an off-the-shoulder cream-coloured dress that has a cultural twist at the bottom, the bride and her husband, who is wearing traditional attire as well, shared a number of priceless moments in the photographs.

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Along with a number of pictures in which the blushing bride looks absolutely beautiful, Nonkolo shared that she had married her first love, saying, "I'm staying because I married my first love" - if that is not a dream come true than what is? Facebookers who could not agree more took to the comments section to wish the couple endless love and happiness.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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