Newly married Ben Phiri and Twamie ‘happiest couple’

Twamie Chimungu was ecstatic on Saturday after a blessed wedding with Dr Ben Phiri, formerly special aide to President Peter Mutharika, and described her wedding to the political strategist as “absolutely wonderful”.

Ben Phiri and wife Twamie

Ben Phiri and wife Twamie

Happily married Ben Phiri and Twamie Chimungu - Phiri

Happily married Ben Phiri and Twamie Chimungu – Phiri

Ben Phiri during an engagement with Twamie last month

On his knees: Ben Phiri during an engagement with Twamie last month

The couple were formally married on Saturday in ceremony of a full white wedding, exchanging matrimonial vows before Apostle Madalitso Mbewe of Calvary Family Church.

In blessing the marriage, Apostle Mbewe pointed out that the essence of marriage is the mutual agreement between a man and a woman for a lifelong union, voluntarily assumed, and publicly acknowledged.

Both Ben and Twamie Phiri vowed to  love  and comfort each other, honor and keep each other, in sickness and in health; and, forsaking all others, to be faithful  till death do them apart.

“Those whom God has joined together let no one put asunder,” prayed Apostle Mbewe to bless the marriage.

The couple  got engaged last month in a private ceremony.

Phiri, said he was “happiest man in world” to marry Twamie.

The couple all looked gorgeous together in white attire during matrimonial vows, Ben spotting an ivory and gold Chinese suit while Twamie in a spectacular white wedding dress.

Then they also nailed it in all blue and gold attire after officially tying the knot at a reception – with all the bling.

The smiling couple danced their way happily together and well coordinated.

There were many notable people in the society amongst the guests at the reception who included government officials and members from the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP).

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29 thoughts on “Newly married Ben Phiri and Twamie ‘happiest couple’”

  1. Mkwichi says:

    How old is Ben Phiri, hi Dr? How old is Twammie? Is she the 1st wife? Where was the receiption? Kukwatira mamuna ndi mkazi ndikofunikadi eti? Kodi paja anachoka pa special one? Kuiwonera patali

  2. alhomwe atilaula says:

    Kodi ma church nowadays akulola mitala? last week there was also another wedding officiated at St Columba but I understand mkazi ameneyo ndi wachitatu if not four, what is the church trying to tell us? kodi malamulo anasintha? Akhrstu chimene tikuchita sitikuchidziwa ndithu!

  3. Goe says:

    Third…? enao anatisiya else there were no “till death does us part” vows?

  4. Brighton Linde says:

    Conglatulations Ben and Twammie. Keep it burning! Keep the promise.

  5. mkazi says:

    Kodi zomaphikira mamuna zinakalipobe, Siaka..? Masiku ano banja is partnership rather a union to oppress women’s ambition to work, do business or study. Mkazi ntchito yake sikuphikira mamuna ayi, nzachikale zimenezo.

  6. Chola says:

    Ali ndi mwayi mkazi koma funso nali”akuziwa chifukwa chomwe mnzawo anachokera”?

  7. zali says:

    Rubbish reporting nyasatimes.These days you are no longer objective always sucking up to some individuals whether its bushiri or Ben Phiri whilst trashing other people for nothing. For one why can’t you tell people that this is the third marriage for Ben Phiri or the huge age gap between them. Cheap tabloid!

  8. siaka tiwene says:

    bwana BEN! timati tipemphe nawo! tilembeni tchito yokolopa ndi kuphika nanga madam wo angakolope amenewo? angaphike? coz ndi golidetu golide!

  9. Mkandawire says:

    congratulations Big man

  10. Chemwali chimwene says:

    Kachitatu aPhiri kukwatira, i hope awa ndi mapeto. Good luck to both of you

  11. Chitimbwisi says:

    All the best

  12. Chende lo booka says:

    Aaaa! Tipindulapo chiyani a Malawi ngakhale watelo, nkhani zatha? Mxiii!

  13. staphord banda says:

    May the good Lord bless you all the time of your life in ths world, ambuye amakukondani

  14. Chide says:

    Komaaaa ndalama ndi satana di

    Apostle Mbewe what are you telling the world?? Muzakayankha

  15. all de best bwana ben.
    agud example indeed

  16. Kabwande says:

    Big Bern. Congratulations sir.

  17. vendor says:

    mmm

  18. Titus says:

    Bwana Ben za bwino zonse

  19. Zomba says:

    Congratulations

  20. Nkhonjera says:

    All the best Dr Ben

  21. Kachali says:

    Bwana wankulu Kwambiri za bwino zonse

  22. Kamulepo says:

    That’s the Ben we know very humble but hard working congrats

  23. Chipiliro says:

    Congratulations Boss that’s the way

  24. BWITOTO says:

    Za Uchitsiru, Zaziii….

  25. The Analyst says:

    O…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….O
    I envy and salute men who, using whatever abracadabra – holy or unholy; manage to hold on and marry when mature – both financially and biologically.

    You see . . .
    . . . Many men, Malawian, in particular; start misbehaving in marriage (zibwenzi, ill-treatment of wife and stuff) when fortune changes (mass-business success, apeza ntchito, aakweza ku ntchito e.t.c). And the marriage collapses or is unhappy.
    . . . But when a man is convinced has reached his potential (in work, business or whatever), and thusly marries, it is less probable he will misbehave in marriage due to changes in fortune, holding other things constant. And the marriage lasts.
    . . . Also, when a man marries when mature, the probability that he has done and seen a lot in life is high. This increases probability of marriage success coz he’s almost done experimenting!
    ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
    Sadly other men get to their full potential but dont realise it OR realise but dont accept it. They thus go about living their life procuring, browsing and experimenting all kinds of stuff from all kind of generations, tribes, color, texture e.t.c.
    . . . And when time cant tolerate them anymore, forcing them to marry; they are either contaminated OR all strength is gone and wells empty, making marriage life less fascinating; reducing probability of success.

    Marry neither too early nor too late (however you define it).

    Otherwise . . .
    “It’s a woman’s business to get married as soon as possible and a man’s to keep unmarried as long as possible.” – George Bernard Shaw
    O…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….O

  26. Greencardless Malawian says:

    Congratulations!

  27. Aubrey says:

    Wonderful indeed, sometimes I tend to wonder as how some people manage to officiate three marriages at the same church, same Apostle.

  28. Zoona says:

    Kuchita kuonekeratu kuti misonkho ya Malawi ikudyedwa. Aliyense wotsutsa zomwe ndanenazi has flat brain. Kodi ndi Rachel Kumwenda uja wa ku JICA munangoberekerana ana basi banja nkutha? Be careful Twamie you may not be the last one. Iron sharpens iron.

  29. observer makawasa says:

    Ben is marrying for another time. What happened to first banja and I not sure if Cavaly of Madaliso Mbewe supports Polybanjas

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