Does it matter where you meet your future spouse?
Sixteen months ago on a Sunday afternoon, Angie’s housemate lost a relative. The boutique operator in Kigali escorted her friend for the funeral service and burial. But while at the funeral service Angie met a stranger who later gave her a lift back home. The two became friends and before they knew it they were in love. Today the two are engaged and planning to walk down the aisle. Next month, Angie and Apollo are set to get married at a church in Kimironko. Angie and Apollo’s story resurrect the old debate of whether where you meet your life time partner should be an issue. Does it matter whether you meet your future partner at a burial, on a prison bus, at school or on the streets? Whether at a bus stop, on a rainy day while sheltering from the morning rain or at a friend’s wedding or through a friend request on Facebook, how and where you meet your life time partner is something many a people are particular about.
Even though they are considered notorious, most couples have met in bars and are in happy relationships. Net photo