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Winnie Rose Wangui regrets having Church wedding only for the Marriage to last 59 days

Winnie Rose Wangui is a News anchor at Inooro TV, and a gospel musician. She explains how she regrets having a church wedding but divorced 59 days later.

According to Winnie, the wedding was full of drama.

As she was speaking in a YouTube interview, she said, “We went different ways, and he was lucky to get a better wife than me, and his life continued.”

Once she was asked on what led to their separation, she said there is no judgement to the primary cause. Furthermore, she said during their preparations for the wedding they had many disagreements.

Winnie said, “We tried to solve the disagreements, but they were not completely sorted. Whatever the results were, everyone can now understand. He has a family, and I could not.”

When she was asked about moving on, she said, “I can laugh now, even though it was a tough journey.”

Additionally, Winnie Rose said, “When we were separating, I was pregnant, and I had to spend the nine months alone. Also, I had to start life again by buying everything. During my pregnancy period, the journey was challenging since there were a lot of stories going around. I had to isolate myself from everybody, including friends and I was left with a few people around me.”

Upon being asked the leading cause of their divorce, she said “its unhealthy talk.”

Besides Winnie said, “Now I have big plans even though I don’t regret since I have a child to raise. But now I can never trust people.”

When it came to delivery Winnie signed the consent form alone.

Also, she said, “When I went to theatre alone the only phone number I gave was my mother’s. I called her after having a successful surgery.”

After delivery, she was in a private ward and did not want anyone in the room. All she wanted was to have her peace and hold her child.

Winnie said, “I don’t know how long he took to remarry, but his child and mine are almost the same age.”

Currently, Winnie is running Tunza Future initiative, which is a program meant for empowering needy women in raising their children.



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