Siima Kyakuhaire Kyomuhendo Sabiti an employee of Vision Group has shocked many of her friends, relatives, fans and followers after announcing that she will get married this week, Friday 26th October 2018.
The former X-AM presenter now Flair Magazine Editor is set to tie the knot with Bernard Mukasa, her longtime pal, especially on social media site Twitter.
It is believed that Siima and Bernard have never actually met but been chatting quite a lot on social media although he is a Ugandan.
What is more interesting is that it was Siima who asked Bernard to marry her.
According to Siima, everyone is invited to the pair’s wedding but a fee.
“On Friday 26th October, Bernard and I will be hosting our wedding party. You’re all invited!” Siima posted.
She has since explained that guests who will come for the reception at The Square in Industrial Area before 7pm will pay Shs20, 000 while those that will come after that time will be Shs30, 000.
ChimpLyf has established that proceeds from this wedding that is trending on social media will go towards Jemimah Lulu’s Go Fund Me campaign.
Jemimah is the Ugandan babe who married herself in July after pressure from her parents to get married.
She is currently into her second year at Oxford University where she doing a Masters in Creative Writing but needs 10,194 Pounds (Shs26M) to complete her program. She has so far collected 5,700 Pounds from well-wisher through her Go Fun Me campaign.
Siima and Bernard have since created a #TheKaBernzWedding hashtag on Twitter that is trending and has already attracted a number of corporate companies to sponsor the much anticipated wedding.
Some of these companies that have come on board to support the cause include; The Square, Nile Breweries Limited, Sister’s Bridal, Abryanz, Makula Pictures, Karveli, Swangz Avenue, X-FM, Beats By Deryk, Porsche Events, The Baker’s Table, Jonah Kagimba and Brenda Maraka and House of Tayo among others.
Siima and Bernard’s wedding is one of the most trending hashtags on Twitter since the media personality announced the news.
Before becoming Flair Magazine Editor where she replaced the late Keturah Kamugasa, Siima was co-hosting X-AM together with Moses Rudende and Libolo.
About four years back, Siima revealed that she was not in a rush to get married.