Wrong WhatsApp Call Made this Woman to Fall in Love and Marry the Man she Accidentally called

What are the chances that making a WhatsApp call to the wrong person could end up in a blissful relationship and marriage? This is the story of how love between a Ugandan man named Aaaron Musoba and his boo Beatrice Nambi was initiated and brewed, leading to marriage.


It all started with Aaaron using his sister’s wedding photo as his WhatsApp profile photo. As fate would have it, he was randomly added to a WhatsApp group where he kept entertaining members with daily devotion.

He did this for a while until it came to Beatrice’s attention in 2016 when she duly thought it wise to reach out to Aaron to thank him for tirelessly sharing devotions. To Beatrice, she thought Aaron was a lady owing to his WhatsApp profile photo. Beatrice went ahead to reach out to ‘her’ via a WhatsApp call but Aaron did not answer.

Beatrice called Aaron thinking he was her fellow woman. He, however, called back and just like that, they created a chemistry although Beatrice was shocked to learn Aaron was not a lady as she thought. According to My Wedding Uganda, the two kept talking to each other and became close friends because Aaron was dating a different person during that time.

“I heard a playful but lovely voice at the end of the line. I called her occasionally and were only friends because I was in a relationship at the time,” Musoba disclosed.

The two kept communicating and never met until on June 3, 2016, when Aaron visited Beatrice at her church and her beauty stunned him.

No sooner had Aaron enjoyed the relationship after wooing Beatrice than he flew to Ethiopia for a scholarship program. The new lovebirds had to endure the challenges of a long-distance relationship for a while before Aaron finally jetted back to Uganda to work on his relationship. While back in Uganda, he fastened the wedding process and after completing all traditional ceremonies, they finally walked down the aisle in a church wedding. The rest, as they say, is history.

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