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Buganda Injects USH2.8 Billion On Gareth And Victoria’s Wedding Ceremony

Celebrated city tycoon and socialite Gareth Onyango recently proposed to the Buganda beautiful Princess Victoria Nkinzi. The couple has lived in a luxurious lifestyle that anyone could wish for.

Victoria is now set to introduce Gareth Onyango to her family members most especially parents and friends in October this very year. From November towards the end of 2020, the couple will officially be symbolized at Namirembe Cathedral Church. The function will be attended by the Kabaka of Buganda, Ronald Muwenda Mutebi and other government officials.

Through close sources, the budget of approximately 2.8 billion shillings is set to cater for the functions until they conclude. However, the functions are expected to showcase highly classy people and glamorous. Their wedding ceremony is expected to attract many important people and it’s expected to rock the country.

Many couples have organized big Introductions like Rema and Hamza, but this time around, Gareth Onyango and the wife will have to prove more class on their events.

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