To date, 2020 has proven to be the year of romance, love, and even babies. We've also witnessed a number of celebrities framing marriages with their significant others.
In harmony with this, herein, we attempt to take a peek on the celebrities who met their significant others at their workplace before framing a worthwhile relationship with them.
1.Waihiga Mwaura and Joyce Omondi
The two managed to keep their relationship under wraps, and it would take months for news outlets to realize that the two were partners. The citizen TV news anchor felt irrevocably in love with Joyce Omondi who used to work for Citizen TV for the Rauka Gospel Show.
Their wedding took place on December 18, 2020, at Naivasha Sawela Lodge.
2.Deniss Okari and Betty Kyallo
The two former love birds met at KTN before Okari moved to NTV. The two envisioned a satisfactory future together, however, a major conflict arose between the two creating divide and scars that pushed and pulled them away from each other.
3.Lulu Hassan and Rashid Abdalla
The Citizen TV news anchors met way back when Rashid was still working at QTV while Lulu Hassan was working at Radio Saalam. Their relationship would flourish to make them the best couple of the year.
Their marriage is blessed with 3 children, 2 sons, and a daughter.
4.John-Allan Namu and Sheena Makena
The renowned investigative journalist John-Allan Namu felt in love with Sheena Makena when the two were working at KTN. Their wedding took place in 2010. The couple has been blessed with 3 children.
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