Rwanda President’s first and only daughter gets taken finally 

Rwanda President's first and only daughter gets taken finally 

Rwanda President Paul Kagame’s first and only daughter Ange Ingabire Kagame walked down the aisle with the love of her life, Bertrand Ndengeyingoma, on Saturday, 6th of July in what was referred to as a private ceremony in Kigali, Rwandan. 

The classified white wedding ceremony was held at Kigali Convention Centre (KCC) and Radisson Blu Hotel and attended by those with an invitation which included family members, friends, and several invited guests.

According to reports reaching us from Rwanda, the ceremony was so classified that the only initial pictures that found their way into the internet appeared to have been taken by drones.

 Part of the photos captured by the drones took President Paul Kagame walking the bride down the aisle, while others are mixed family pictures.

The elated bride tweeted followed by a heart and ring emoji, “I have found the one whom my soul loves – Songs of Solomon 3:4.”

The 25-year-old bride introduced Ndengeyingoma to her family in Muhazi in December last year.

While the official church wedding followed months after the two lovers exchanged marital vows in a civil wedding held at Kigali City Council offices on June 8, 2019

A civil wedding in Rwanda is a non-religious, legal marriage ceremony presided over by an authorized government official and occasionally takes place without any religious affiliation.

It should be pinpointed that the two lovers are a perfect match for each other in that they both boast of reputable educational backgrounds.

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Ange is a political science graduate from Massachusetts’ Smith College and holds a Master’s Degree in International and Public Affairs from Columbia University’s School of International Public Affairs (SIPA).

Billy, on the other hand, holds a Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and is currently a Ph.D. candidate at the London School of Economics.