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Allen Skits ties the knot in a private wedding ceremony

Zimbabwean comedian Allen Skits has tied the knot in a private wedding ceremony. The popular funnyman, whose real name is Allen Tafadzwa Simango, exchanged vows with his longtime girlfriend in an intimate ceremony attended by close friends and family.

Allen Skits is a household name in Zimbabwe and beyond, known for his witty skits and humorous commentary on social issues. He has amassed a huge following on social media platforms, where his videos have garnered millions of views.

Allen Skits

Despite his fame and success, Allen Skits has managed to keep his personal life out of the public eye. He rarely speaks about his relationship, preferring to focus on his work as a comedian. However, news of his wedding came as a pleasant surprise to his fans, who took to social media to congratulate him on his nuptials.

The wedding ceremony was reportedly held in Harare, Zimbabwe’s capital city, and was attended by a select few guests. The newlyweds have not shared much about their relationship, but it is clear that they are deeply in love. In a post on his Instagram page, Allen Skits shared a photo of himself and his wife, along with a heartfelt message about their special day.

Allen Skits

Fans of Allen Skits were quick to congratulate him on his wedding, with many expressing their excitement and well wishes for the newlyweds. Some even went as far as to suggest that the couple should consider documenting their love story in a reality TV show or a movie.

For now, Allen Skits is focused on his work as a comedian and continuing to make his fans laugh. His wedding may have been a private affair, but it is clear that he is happy and in love, and his fans are thrilled for him.

In other news – 6 Zimbabweans caught red-handed with 150 bags of chrome ore in SA

Zimbabwean nationals were among suspects arrested this Tuesday as South African police (SAPS) confiscated 150 bags of chrome-bearing material in Sakhelwe Township outside Dullstroom, Mpumalanga province.

The suspects, six Zimbabwean nationals and one South African, are aged between 19 and 40 years old. The Department of Home Affairs assisted the SAPS in verifying the status of the foreign nationals.Learn More

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