By Maria Immaculate Owechi
Singer Julie Angume, commonly known as Julie Heartbeat over the weekend was overjoyed as her groom, Samuel Sekajjugo Musoke finally showed up to be introduced to her parents.
This was after Sekajjugo failed to turn up for their luxurious kwanjula last year in December because his employer denied him permission to travel back to the country.
People had mixed opinions about Julie’s decision to make-do by introducing a framed photo of Sekajjuko at the ceremony which took place in Kiboga.
This time, however, Julie’s fiance, came in person to put a ring on her finger. The ceremony took place indoors and was witnessed by a few family members and friends.
Sekajugo wore a white traditional kanzu coupled with a dark brown velvet coat with gold designs. While Julie looked lovely in a cream gomesi with gold designs tied with a dark brown sash with gold designs.
In the background, the master of ceremony is heard telling the groom to accompany his giving of the ring to Julie with some words to assure their witnesses of the formalisation of their relationship.
This ceremony squashes the rumours that the singer’s new relationship was on the rocks because of what transpired at the first kwanjula ceremony.
Before hooking up with Sekajugo, Julie had been widowed after the demise of her late husband Martin Angume, who passed away in 2013.
It was in 2018 when the singer started having a long-distance relationship with Sekajjugo who lives and works in the Netherlands.