- A young couple got married in a simple wedding ceremony in spite of the lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic
- Zoen Harrold from California and Gorret Namaseruka, a Ugandan, tied the knot at a simple wedding ceremony on Saturday, April 4, 2020
- The officiating pastor arrived on a bicycle and the couple also walked home after being joined together as husband and wife
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A young couple got married in a simple wedding ceremony at Calvary Chapel in Entebbe, Uganda on Saturday, April 4, 2020, and it epitomizes simplicity.
Zoen Harrold from California and Gorret Namaseruka, a Ugandan, were both dressed in casual wears made with African prints without any hustle of a wedding gown and other related fanfare.
Reports say the ceremony that was graced by a one Pastor Isaac, only had 10 people present, including a police O.C that was available for tight security.
In spite of the novel coronavirus plaguing countries across the world amid lockdown, love may just be one of the few things that the awful virus is not preventing from manifesting.
Many have said that the COVID-19 pandemic has some positive sides with couples organising simple weddings.
However, it is the resilience of people in love that has ensured that what they shared could not be conquered or locked up amid the lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Prior to the outbreak of the virus, most people held lavish and flamboyant weddings.
Now, with the social distancing measure that has become a necessity to help stem the spread of the COVID-19, social gatherings such as weddings, church services, schools have been banned temporarily but people who are bent on marrying during this critical period have been doing so without inviting many guests as it used to be the case.
The young couple got married at a simple wedding ceremony at Calvary Chapel in Entebbe, Uganda on Saturday, April 4, 2020, in simplicity.
According to reports, all public and private transport remain banned with the exception of only bicycles, so the officiating pastor arrived at the venue riding on a bicycle.
The bride and groom too came to the ceremony on foot and did same back home.
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The Granbury resident recounts that while in ICU on June 24, 2010, he was dying and remained unconscious with a fever of 104 and a heart rate of 38 that was falling.
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