Malawi deaf couple weds in style

A hearing impaired couple on Saturday tied knots amid cheers from both families during a colorful wedding ceremony at Lilongwe’s Mtima Moyera Catholic Parish.

The couple at a wedding reception after saying :' I do'

The couple at a wedding reception after saying :’ I do’

Couple ties the knot against all odds

Couple ties the knot against all odds

Middle aged Misozi Mwambo and his wife Lydia attracted applause from both family and church members as they smooched to signify their unity.

Neither the bride nor the bridegroom could hear what the priest was saying, but that made no difference.

The couple have all MSCE certificates and the husband works at Central Poultry in the capital. They both share a humble background.

But the couple has now overcome the seemingly insurmountable obstacles in their lives to claim their right to happiness.

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I’m reliably told that there was communication support for the newly wedd deaf couples so how come the journalist wrote that they did not hear what the priest said? I’m puzzled. I’m deaf and I had my wedding in 1993 and with one of my uncles around to provide communication support I was able to hear and respond to the reverand.

Dedza Guy

I attended the wedding it was wonderfully planned. The leading couple was immaculate. May God bless them.


How will thy groan when they are reaching climax, whith hand signals? Anyways good luck to them, nowadays there is no happiness in marriage, full of gold diggers basi.

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nice couple be blessed


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Kweni Pk

anthu enanu munazolowera kulankhula moipa, always kumangoipidwa ngati mtima wanu unagundana ndi manyi. fotseki nonse mukuyankhula za against and i repeat, kakolopeni lake malawi coz mukuoneka kuti mwanyasidwa. mtima wa nsanje mukafika nawo kuti? bwinotu osakapasula banjali bwino bwino!! learn to appreciate others. just a gud word from you, wont hurt. paliponse basi mupeze mau onyoza. ndikunena iwe wafika kale kuchipinda kwawo galu. ukwati watheka bwanji, anafunsirana bwanji, kuti chilichonse chikakanike? iweyo ukunyozawe you think ndiwe wa lunga, pali jena kake anzako amakaona paiwe kuti sikali bwino. mukamalemba muziganiza. mbuzi za anthu zosadziwa kuyamikira anzanu. mxuiii

God First

This is wonderful, I wish them all the best and I pray that God’s blessings should follow them wherever they are, this is the will of God Almighty. Great!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Kafodya Imdzomdzo

May be their blessing in speaking will come when they have kids who will teach them (parents) to speak. God is not man….


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Kelton Kanichi

Firstly I thank God for turning their dream into reality.
Secondry, Im so thankful to the newly wedded couple and the organising committee, for choosing me to master the Ceremony. Glory be to God.

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