- Perez Rumanzi met Claire back in 2012 during a Red Cross engagement
- The young man first saw her name on a board and his inquisitiveness drove him to look for the face behind it
- Perez found his mystery lady and the two talked, after which they exchanged contacts
- The lovebirds started dating months later and got married seven years after
Perez Rumanzi, a Ugandan journalist who ventured into politics, became the talk of the town when a video of his wedding surfaced on the internet.
He was immediately referred to as the dancing groom thanks to the pep he put in his step.
Clad in a blue suit and a heart full of thanksgiving, the man shuffled his feet as his guests and wife cheered him on.
Perez did not let all his skills go to waste during one of the best days of his life. It was party time!
Speaking to mywedding.co.ug, the man who walked down the aisle in January 2020, said he met his wife Claire Ankwasa while on assignment.
The former journalist worked with Red Cross on a project back in 2012 and first laid his eyes on the woman who would later be his wife.
Claire was a volunteer who worked for the organisation and her name caught the eyes of Rumanzi.
“I always loved the name Claire and when I saw it, I wanted to meet the face behind it."
The two met, talked, exchanged contacts and got into a relationship later.
In 2013, all roads led to Claire’s home where Rumanzi went for the formal introduction.
Seven years later, the aspiring member of parliament and his wife walked down the aisle and the rest, as they say, is history.
In other news, a Nigerian lady identified as Bolanle Banwo has got people talking on Twitter after announcing that she recently got married to her best friend.
The young lady with the Twitter handle @BolanleBanwo noted that getting married to her best friend is the best feeling ever.
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