Gloria Muliro tie the knot in intimate New York wedding ceremony [Photos]

By , K24 Digital
On Sun, 24 Oct, 2021 15:39 | 2 mins read
Gloria Muliro weds in New York. PHOTO/FACEBOOK

Gospel singer Gloria Muliro and lover Evans Sabwami have officially tied the knot.

The two were married in an intimate ceremony in New York and Gloria has now shared their wedding photos and details.

The fresh bride in a Facebook post wrote;

“Finally finally…My autumn wedding in New York.”

This comes a few weeks after their pre-wedding which took place in Eldoret on Thursday, October 8 and was attended by close family members and friends.

Muliro, an award-winning gospel singer introduced her fiancé and made the relationship public early this year.

It is worth noting that Muliro had been single for six years after she parted ways with music producer Pastor Omba.

Muliro walked out of her 5-year marriage accusing the ex-husband of infidelity, emotional abuse, and mismanagement of her finances.

Some of the friends who also double up as musicians that graced the occasion included; Solomon Mkubwa, presidential aspirant Reuben Kagame and Anastacia Mukabwa.

The man was dressed in a grey suit while the lady was dressed in a grey gown.

The couple a few months ago held a traditional wedding and since then the musician had been wearing an engagement ring, a clear indication that she was officially off the market.

When introducing her man to the world in February 2021, Muliro said that the man was the most important human in her life.

She also said that he was the man who has always given her happiness. “Happy Valentine’s Day to my best friend, the most important man in my life, My heart’s safe place, my reason for celebrating this day. I love you Ev,” she put up the post which was a caption to the man’s photo.

On the official Facebook account of Sabwami, he has issued details that he is engaged to the gospel singer.

On Sunday, October 11, the man posted on his official Facebook account a photo that captured him standing next to Muliro and said “I am one happy man.”

They have also been running a gospel program which they share on their Facebook pages.

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