Paul Mtirara ties knot with Duduetsang Kiti

2014-11-21 17:20

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Metro FM DJ Paul Mtirara is getting married to Duduetsang Kiti in Ga Rankuwa, outside Pretoria tomorrow.

Mtirara (37) and Kiti (23), who have been dating since 2011, will be celebrating their traditional wedding with family and close friends.

The public relations and interior design student was quoted as saying: “I am so excited and at the same time I am like, finally... It shows that love prevails; after our ups and downs we have made it to this stage.” Mtirara wasn’t available for comment.

According to Metro FM’s website, Mtirara was born in Johannesburg and left for Switzerland at an early age during the political upheaval in the country.

His radio career started on a small radio station called Tru-FM in the Eastern Cape before he landed the big gig at Metro FM.

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