Diaspora Wedding Bells | Juliet Zawedde Uganda’s Boston Based Entrepreneur To Wed In Uganda

Posted December 1, 2012 by Ugandan Diaspora News Team in Diaspora Nuptials ~ 37,918 views


Diaspora Nuptials — She goes by the names Juliet Zawedde and she is a vivacious Ugandan Entrepreneur based in Boston’s waltham suburb of Massachusetts. This year she is among the Diaspora wedding nutpials that will take place in Uganda this December. Ms. Zawedde will wed her fiancee Mr. Gutimbert Aurelien a Bio – Medical Engineer from Benjamin Franklin College on the 27th December at Lugogo’s UMA Exhibition Hall. The formal introduction/Kwanjula ceremony will be held at Zawedde’s parents home in Nateete with a grand Kasiki on 24th December at Guvnor – Uganda.

Ms. Zawedde who is the founder and owner Convenient Home Care Services Inc. is one of the biggest employers of Ugandans in the thriving Home Care giving business in Massachusetts. The Boston Kasiki held at Watertown Sons of Italy was the first among the many parties to be held by the couple before they walk into holy matrimony. The event was attended by a host of Bostonians who enjoyed free drinks and food for the entire duration of the Kasiki evening.

Ugandan Diaspora News Team was at the Boston Kasiki and now brings you the highlights of pre-wedding party enjoy. All Photos by Ronnie Mayanja

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