Musician Tongai Gwaze, popularly known as Greatman, has said the Covid-19 pandemic affected his plans to wed his wife Silibaziso Masara last year.
In an interview with the Herald, Greatman said he had planned lavish wedding ceremony.
“I know many might be surprised and say why should I not go ahead with the wedding plans, but the truth is that I don’t want a small wedding with few people in attendance,” said Greatman.
Greatman dismissed rumours that all was not well in his marriage, with some people even saying the union was more of a publicity stunt.
“I just don’t know why people say that. We are happily in love and staying together with my wife in Budiriro 5.
I love my wife so much and our marriage is not a publicity stunt.“
Greatman said he is looking forward to having many children with his wife.
Greatman said he agreed with his wife for her not go to work since he needs help at home due to his physical condition.
“My wife stays at home most of the time. We agreed that she looks after me, maybe with time she will look for a job or go back to her old job, but we are surviving well just like a normal couple.
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