Wedding is a special day for people who have mutual feelings towards each other, however, the day where many are supposed to be celebrating their affection towards each other is often intruded by some outsiders.
Susan Shikuku, stormed the church demanding a halt to the marriage saying she is the wife of the would-be groom, Pastor Dismas Ndula.
Things went south as the pastor in charge was confused about what was happening.
According to the lady they have two sons and a daughter with the said man and she still loved him.
"I will not allow her to take my husband, I love him so much and were just on a break when he decided to remarry, she said.
The incident attracted a huge crowd as the wife caused serious drama, police officers were called in to try and cool down things.
During the commotion, the two lovebirds took advantage as police whisked her away where they exchanged vows hurriedly.
When reached for comment, the bishop who officiated the wedding, Wilfred Ngoya, said the spectacle was unnecessary.
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