South Sudan NEWS PORTAL
By Ahmad Muto
We can now assume Joel Ssenyonyi is no longer a virgin. This follows his scientific wedding on Saturday that among other things excited social media. In reaction, most users poked fun at him given the fact that he previously mentioned in interviews that he is a virgin and proud.
He shared a photo of himself with his bride on social media with the caption: ‘“Behold, Mr. and Mrs. Ssenyonyi.”
As much as most of the comments were congratulatory, some threw his past statements in his face while some questioned his political views instead.
On Saturday night, Howwe wrote: “Do you think Joel Senyonyi’s goat is still on by this time?”
@bunyooyo wrote: “Such a beautiful lady married to a misguided handsome gentleman. An elite playing wrong politics! Well, I wish you well and your dear wife, I treasure and love marriage. Blessings @JoelSsenyonyi.”
Among others, he was congratulated by many prominent people.
Alliance for National Transformation’s Mugisha Muntu: “Congratulations to the two of you upon entering the most sacred of human relationships. May your love for each other grow deeper each day as you submit to God’s will and to each other. And @JoelSsenyonyi, you can now give kicommando a rest every now and then.”
Forum for Democratic Change’s Kizza Besigye: “It is Regal, Splendid..Congratulations @JoelSsenyonyi!”
Bobi Wine: “It is wedding day for our spokesperson, Joel Ssenyonyi. Hearty congratulations and best wishes to you two as you embark on this journey.”
BBC’s Alan Kasujja replied: “Congratulations and best wishes!”
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