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Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Female Councilor Weds in a Shrine

 A female lawmaker has caused a stir after she wedded her husband inside a shrine presided by traditional healers.

Ruth Nakamatte married her heartrob at the shrine
 
According to reports from Uganda, a popular female Councillor has wedded her man inside a shrine in their village. The woman identified as Ruth Nakamatte exchanged marital vows with her fiancee, Buyondo Manyigaalubaale in an elaborate ceremony.
 The marriage was presided over by the heads of the traditional healer's in Uganda. Although the controversial decision has stirred controversy, the Mukono Central Division female youth councilor, doesn't seem bothered.
 The event presided over by the two traditional healers, Kabona Jjumba Aligaweesa and Kabona Kayondo Nyongeraako held at the traditional healers' headquarters at Ttakajjunge village in Nama sub-county in Mukono district on Sunday. 
 
 
Nakamatte was baptized in church and named Ruth but she denounced it to adopt Namukasa. Buyondo was the first to enter the shrine which was filled by a number of traditional healers and their followers from across the country. Nakamatte, a professional nurse is a daughter of Mukono Central division National Resistance Movement (NRM) chairman Ssalongo Male Bakipakampulawa of Ntaawo village in Mukono Municipality. 
 Nakamatte arrived dressed in a wedding gown which she later changed to wear a backcloth dress.  Unlike the past where traditional healers where known to be operating in darkness, this time they did everything in broad day light. They also had recorded music and melodious singers who performed music interludes of the tunes praising the African culture.
 
 They were only heard singing four choruses of traditional songs with drums only once as they were starting the service. They made the marriage vows; a service led by Kabona Jjumba whereby the vows were for good and for worse, New Vision Uganda reported.



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