Woman Surprisingly Gets Married To a Dead Man in Busia
By Trendingnewster | self meida writer
Published 18 days ago - 1 views
Beatrice Mbayi, a woman in Funyula, Busia county left many in a shock after she tied knots with a dead man. The lady walked towards the body of her late lover Godfrey Mukalama and then put a ring on his finger as a show of love.
Since the man was lying lifeless in a brown casket, the man presiding over the ceremony told the groom to accept her woman despite his wish of not wanting to go through such a wedding ceremony. He told him that he and the wife will remain one, this was to be the first part of the ceremony before his body was lowered six feet deep.
It is very unusual for one to walk into a burial ceremony but surprisingly bumps into a crowd of people celebrating a wedding. The path was decorated with garments that were meant for the bride to walk while heading to where the body of her late husband was lying.
When going towards the body of the late man, she was escorted with wedding songs and she seemed to be happy dancing down the aisle.
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