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Anita Fabiola Finally Engaged to Boyfriend Mark Ronald

Anita Fabiola is finally engaged to her boyfriend, Mark Ronald. The former NBS presenter took to her SnapChat to show off her expensive ring

Anita Fabiola is finally engaged to her long-term boyfriend, Mark Ronald. The former NBS and NTV presenter took to her Snapchat on Tuesday to show off her expensive ring shortly after saying “Yes” to Mark.

Mark, who happens to be a loaded businessman took a trip with Fabiola to the beach, all dripping in white ahead of asking Fabiola to be his wife. The real estate developer went down on his knees and begged Fabiola to be his wife as she stood beside him all looking surprised.

The moment finally came when Fabiola said yes before hugging Mark tightly while giving him back to back kisses.

Campus Bee understands that Mark visited Fabiola’s home in a secret traditional ceremony a few years back. The former media personality was forced to quit her job at NBS shortly after diving into a serious relationship with the man she is set to wed officially.

Anitah Fabiola quick biography

Anita Kyarimpa better known as Anita Fabiola is a Ugandan actress, Beauty queen and television personality. … Prior to hosting the Be my date show on NTV in 2014, Fabiola became Miss Uganda West and the first runner-up in the overall Miss Uganda beauty pageant in 2013.

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