Journalist falls in love, gets married to man she interviewed for story

Journalist falls in love, gets married to man she interviewed for story

- According to the lady identified as Viola, she and her husband met during an event where Steve's company was awarding its best employees and she had a chance to interview him

- After the interview, they exchanged contacts and it is from then that they started talking, but would later lose contact

- After years apart, the two met again but this time Viola was a single mom after she had parted ways with her boyfriend

- They rekindled their love and had their introduction ceremony on December 1, 2017

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What started off as a work relationship between strangers has turned out to be the best love story ever.

Viola Nabbanja, who works as a journalist, met the love of her life, Steve Fred Katamba Kimbugwe, in 2014 when she was assigned to cover a story related to his company.

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The lady, who now works for Spark TV, was at the time working with Namanve-based news agency. According to Viola, Steve's company had a rewarding ceremony and he really took care of her.

Journalist falls in love, gets married to man she interviewed for story
Viola and Steve met in 2014 when she interviewed him for a story. Photo credits: My Wedding.
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"I met Steve in 2014 when I had gone to Naguru to work on a story. By that time, I hadn’t joined Spark TV. I was working with a Namanve-based news agency.
"His company, Cadam, had a party rewarding their best-performing employees. He is the one who got me where to seat and from there, I interviewed him about the company. We exchanged numbers for possible news tips that could develop," Viola told My Wedding.
Journalist falls in love, gets married to man she interviewed for story
Viola and her matron during the Baganda introduction ceremony. Photo credits: My Wedding.
Source: UGC

After a week, the man started chatting to the journalist and she said she only saw Steve as her news source and nothing more. Speaking to My Wedding Viola said that one day the Steve invited her out and he expressed his intentions despite knowing she had a boyfriend.

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Angered by his words, she stormed out and left him. She kept ignoring him but the man was determined to get her.

Journalist falls in love, gets married to man she interviewed for story
Viola during her introduction ceremony. Photo credits: My Wedding.
Source: UGC

According to Steve, they lost contact and only reunited years later but at the time, Viola had already given birth and had parted ways with her then-lover. After meeting her again, they kicked off and visited her parents on December 1, 2017. He said her family was very happy to receive him.

Steve said that he took a dining table as dowry but her first her parents wanted him to give a flat-screen TV. The 24-year-old lady said that her hubby has all the qualities she ever dreamed to find in a man.

"Steve has all the qualities I love from a man; the body, height, he is just complete. I love the way he treated me. He took me on vacations abroad. He is just special to me and heaven-sent indeed," said the lady.

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According to the 28-year-old man, they spent thousands on their wedding.

In other related news, a Ugandan boda boda rider recently inspired many people after marrying the woman of his dreams, a woman he had deemed way above his class and status.

Francis Mukasa Mukisa, who dropped out of school after Grade Seven, walked down the aisle with his bae Olivia on September 9, 2018, making it one of the best days in their lives.

Despite being a boda boda rider and his wife working at a well-paying company, Francis went ahead to woo her and finally settling down with her. The young man not only won over the woman of his dreams but also gave her the grand fantasy wedding she deserved, learnt.

Francis met Olivia in 2014 when he did not even own a motorcycle of his own.

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“I knew a friend who owned a boda boda company and he agreed to loan me a bike for me to start my job,” he narrated.

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