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President Museveni Attends His Cousin’s Scientific Wedding

President Museveni Attends His Cousin’s Glamorous Scientific Wedding

President Museveni and his beloved wife Janet Kataha Museveni attended their first ever scientific wedding of their close relatives.

For the very first time in the family, President Museveni’s cousin identified as Phiona Akoragye and her beloved husband Herbert Kihanda had their wedding in Entebbe over the weekend.

Massive photos were all over social media to confirm that the function was indeed successful. This wedding was an example to many Ugandans that indeed wedding can take place scientifically to control the deadly virus.

Therefore while on social media, President Museveni shared photos of the wedding alongside his wife, Janet Kataha Museveni.

Mama Janet and I attended the “scientific” wedding of my cousin, Phiona Akoragye, and her husband, Herbert Kihanda, in Entebbe on Saturday. Phiona’s father, the Late Mzee Eriya Riisi, was a brother to my father, Late Mzee Amos Kaguta. Herbert is a son of Late Cosmas Mbagaya and Edida Katendwa Kasharu. I thank Archbishop Steven Kazimba for presiding over this function that had a total of 14 guests. Like I have said previously, what is important about a marriage ceremony are the legal and spiritual elements, not the social fanfare. I wish the couple a blissful marriage.” The President wrote a statement.

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