BY WILBER MUHWEZI
The minister of science, innovations and technology Dr. Elioda Tumwesigye has warned married couples to avoid drinking too much alcohol that leads to marriage break ups.
Dr. Elioda said this yesterday evening at the wedding reception of Mr chris Mugasha and his wife Kellen Mugasha held at Muga gardens near Bushenyi town.
Mugasha is journalist with the new vision and has been staying with his wife for over ten years.
Minister Elioda noted that in marriage, couples need to faithful to each other, exhibit true love, be open and avoid domestic violence. “I give this advice from line of experience, I have been in marriage for 25 years” he said.
The minister of general duties in the office of the prime minister, Canon. Mary karooro Okurut warned women and girls against artificial bums and pins in the noises and all over the body.
She noted that this is being copied from china and other developed countries. She said this must be avoided by Ugandan women because they are not part of their culture.
The newlyweds, Mugasha and Kellen hailed all the people from Kampala, Bushenyi and other areas for supporting them to be able to make a colorful wedding.
Other dignitaries who attended the function include Thomas Tayebwa MP Ruhinda North, Capt. Donozio Kahonda for Ruhinda all in Mitooma district and Arinda Gordon cow boy MP Bushenyi-Ishaka municipality plus Winston Katushabe assistant commissioner—transport licensing board and Emmy Musasirane director operations at Movit products.