NBS’ Marcus Kwikiriza Weds Fiancée in Zanzibar

Celebrated media personality Marcus Kwikiriza’s lonely nights are finally over after he wedded his longtime girlfriend Lois over the weekend.

ChimpLyf has established that lovebirds Marcus and Lois tied the knot at a simple but colorful ceremony beach party on Saturday in Zanzibar.

According to Lois, the couple met three years back and agreed to live together as man and wife.

Marcus Kwikiriza with wife Lois

Marcus and Lois exchanged vows in the afternoon before a Church Minister at the magnificent beach resort.

After exchanging vows, a visibly excited Lois praised God for the gift of Marcus whom she said is a nice, rich and caring man.

Lois promised to love Marcus ‘with all my heart’ and thanked friends and relatives present for the solidarity.

On his part, Marcus expressed joy at marrying ‘the most beautiful woman in the world’ and promised to respect and take care of her.

Marcus Kwikiriza and wife Lois posing with relatives

The function was graced by Stanbic Bank Managing Director Patrick Mweheire, NBS TV CEO Kin Kariisa, Chimp Media’s Giles Muhame, Uganda’s Ambassador to Tanzania Richard Kabonero, businessman Bob Kabonero, Susan Muhwezi and Gaetano Kaggwa among others.


Guests were later treated to expensive wines and whiskies at the plush Diamonds La Gemma dell’Est in Zanzibar.

This European-style hotel is extremely chic and modern with some stunning features, including a very large swimming pool with a sunken bar and a jetty that stretches 100 metres out into the ocean-the perfect place for evening cocktails and sundowners.

The reception was later held in the soft white sand.

Marcus and Lois had a simple beach wedding

Marcus quit Capital FM where he was presenting the Big Breakfast show and is now the General Manager of Next Radio, the latest addition to Next Media Service brands. He also co-hosts a talk show alongside Gaetano Kaggwa on NBS TV called Another Round.

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