- A smitten man identified as Sams Kaggwa blocked traffic on a busy freeway on Friday, 2 April to propose to his girlfriend
- The romantic man then popped the big question asking his fiancèe for her hand, who was caught by surprise but agreed to marry him
- After dilly-dallying a while, the lady eventually said yes to her man, who put a ring into her finger as their friends joined them in celebrating the future union
A Ugandan man identified as Sams Kaggwa amazed many on Friday, 2 April, when he blocked traffic on the busy Entebbe Road to propose to his girlfriend.
In a video shared by NTV Uganda, the romantic man could be seen talking to his lover in the middle of the Entebbe–Kampala Expressway after stopping several cars on the highway.
Kaggwa then went down on one knee and popped the big question, asking for the lady's hand in marriage.
The woman was caught by surprise and was overwhelmed by happiness by the man's act.
After dilly-dallying, she eventually said yes to her man, who put a ring on her finger as their friends joined them in celebrating the upcoming union.
His proposal, which went viral, saw many netizens praise the man for his romantic gesture. Here were some of the reactions sampled by Briefly.co.za:
"This is the best thing I have seen today. Good luck to them."
Izz Young wrote:
"The woman's reaction is just wow... This so touching."
Butayi Julius commented:
"I love that, and I think that's the strategy I'm will apply too."
Anita Ahebwa added:
"This is the sweetest thing I have seen on my timeline today. Wishing them all the best."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za reported on an excited woman who jumped and screamed for joy after her BF proposed. She was not ready for it! Before the guy even had the chance to ask for her hand in marriage, the woman jumped like a crazy person and put her hands over her head.
Then she started running around like a child. When the ring was taken out, the baby girl was too hot to handle.
She screamed, cried, clapped and threw her hands in the air because her moment had finally come.
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