A wedding to remember: UN Logistician Roland Muhwezi walks UPDF’s captain down the aisle
- May 2, 2023
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By our reporter
There is a saying that weddings come and go but there are wedding that will forever stay on the lips of many due to their magnitude, glamour, sensations and setting.
The one of UN WFPs logistician walking UPDFs accountant Captain Phionah down the aisle will be a wedding worth speaking about.
The couple whose wedding preparations early this year attracted the attention of our reporter has finally been celebrated.
The couple walked down the aisle this Saturday at St.Luke church of Uganda in a colorful ceremony officiated by the Rev.Capt .David Serunjoji.
In his words the Rev.Capt Who is also the vicar of St.Luke C.O.U advised the couple to love one another if their marriage is to succeed.
Later the couple hosted their guests to a glamorous dinner with all births of drinks and eats at a reception organized at Ndere Cultural Centre Ntinda, a Kampala suburb.
Roland is a professional logistician who has previously worked with organizations like UNRA, Uganda red cross, Elizabeth Pediatric Aids Foundation EGPAF, Watoto child care ministries, and currently undertaking Doctorate of Business Administration at the university of Malawi while captain Phionah is a qualified accountant also undertaking her MBA at the university of Suffolk Ipswich UK.
The parents of Phionah Mr. & Mrs Stephen Rubare during their speech intimated to Roland that he has married a fine pure lady with a loving and caring heart. As she is someone that welcomes people, respects people and knows God.
The function was attended by hundreds of guests plus the who and who in the army and the United Nations family.
Guests were given a special treat from famous music performers like David Lutalo and Western Uganda’s number one artist Ray G.
MC Sam wenyine commonly known for mimicking key government figures and Voice of America’s Shaka Sali co-hosted the function alongside Kampala’s number one Mc Biito of House of humor.
The function ended with displays of over 80shorts of powerful fireworks.