Zimbabwean man sees snow for the first time since joining wife in UK

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This is the wholesome moment a Zimbabwean man sees snow for the first time after moving to the UK.

Footage shows Noel Bako, 27, getting giddy and emotional as he prances along a thin layer of snow in Malvern, Worcestershire.

Noel moved to England in June to be with his wife Jaima, 29, who he met at a game reserve in Gweru, Zimbabwe, in 2019.

‘I felt like a baby for the first time ever seeing the snow. I honestly wanted to cry because I was so emotional,’ Noel said.
zimbabwean sees snow in uk

‘I had seen snow on the TV, but I actually thought it might have been fake. I felt like I was on TV seeing it here. I can’t wait for it to actually snow heavily.’

Noel was working as a procurement clerk in Gweru when he met Jaima, who was volunteering.

He said: ‘I was enjoying my work one day, and I could tell she was watching. She approached me and made the first move.’

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Zimbabwean snow in uk 2

Jaima flew back to the UK after her volunteer work ended, but returned to Zimbabwe in January 2021.

She added: ‘We just kind of fell in love straight away. It’s hard to tell, but I knew I was attracted to him from the beginning.’

The couple married in March 2021 and applied for a spousal visa, which was accepted in June.


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