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Media personality Vimbai Mutinhiri ties the knot with Nigerian sweetheart: Pics

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Media personality Vimbai Mutinhiri ties the knot with Nigerian sweetheart: Pics.
Zimbabwean television personality and actress Vimbai Mutinhiri is off the market after announcing her engagement to her long-time boyfriend Nigerian Andrew ‘Dru’ Ekpenyong.

The 32-year-old Vimbai told her followers on her social media platforms about the engagement calling it ‘‘MyAfricanFairytale’’. Posting a pic with her beau, the former Big Brother Africa star said: “God’s time is the best time. ???? x ????”.

In the next post Vimbai showed off an engagement ring. Friends, fans and media personalities from across Africa such as Nigerian actress Rita Dominic, singer Yemi Alade, South African actresses Tembi Seete and Terry Pheto, congratulated her.

This was last year and fast forward a year later Vibai is now officially married to her now-husband Andrew ‘Dru’ Ekpenyong. The couple held a small wedding where close family members and friends. The celebrity was happy we could tell from the pictures that she posted on her Instagram account.

Vimbai Mutinhiri WeddingCongratulations 🍾| Happy married life to this amazing couple 😍👰🏾🤵Vimbai Mutinhiri & her Beau Dru Ekpenyong are MARRIED!

The couple were so happy and they couldn’t hide away their joy. Check more of the wedding pictures below.

Vimbai

There was joy and the pictures can clearly show that. The couple was happy. It was long overdue. We all have been waiting for this day.

Vimbai and Bae

Congratulations👰🏾🤵| Virtual wedding 👰🏾Media personality @the_vimbai got married to her heartthrob @dru_ekpenyong in a social distancing compliant ceremony with guests joining in on Zoom. Congrats to the couple 🥂 ❤️.

Source _ MbareTimes

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