- Ugandan pair Farouq and Sumayyah met back in 2017 during a fashion event and Farouq was drawn to this woman's faith, ideals and wits
- The two exchanged numbers and got to know each other
- In no time, Farouq was introduced to Sumayyah's parents and the two set up a date for their wedding, preferring to live apart until they were fully joined in marriage
Ugandan couple Farouq Kamugisha and his partner Sumayyah Namugerwa are married but they never dated before their nuptials.
The 36-year-old businessman and his 24-year-old bride got married back in 2019. The two bumped into each other back in 2017 during a fashion event held in Kampala.
Farouq was intoxicated by Sumayyah’s strong faith and wifely character, prompting him to ask for her number.
The two got to know each other and within no time, they met each other’s parents for introduction.
“We agreed to know each other with good intentions of marriage which resulted in a visit to her parents in Mbarara until we finally did the Nikkah and kwanjula,” Farouq told mywedding.co.ug.
After the meeting, the two agreed to get married and immediately set a date for their big event. It did not take months of back and forth or indecisiveness. Farouq and Sumayyah were in love and they knew the goal was to be together till death do them part.
Before their ceremony, the businessman and the seamstress stuck to the rules of Islam and did not cohabit.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that a woman fell in love and married a man after making a wrong WhatsApp call. Ever heard of misfortunes that 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.
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. The rest is history.
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