MP Niwagaba urged married couple to open to each other

MP Niwagaba urged married couple to open to each other

By Evans Najuna

KABALE – Ndorwa East Member of Parliament Hon. Wilfred Niwagaba commonly known by locals as Rugamba amazima has called on married couples to be open to each other in their families.

The legislator made the remarks on Friday last week while attending a giveaway ceremony of Maverous Ainembabazi to Erick Sabiiti of Muyebe in Buhara sub county Kabale district.

The ceremony was organised at kirigime guest house in Kabale municipality where Maverous a daughter of Archdeacon venerable Bens Aharimpisya of St. Andrew’s kamuronko, Maziba subcounty but hails from Kitooma, Rubaya subcounty.

Speaking at the event, Hon Niwagaba advised the grooms Eric and Maverous to produce children they can afford and plan for how to raise them. He also encouraged them to keep loving each other with cooperation in developing their home with forgiveness.

The legislator applauded Rev. Bens for educating his daughter Maverous and her siblings, thus calling upon everyone to embrace education, telling Maverous and Eric to make sure that they educate their children as well.

Nuwagaba also delivered to the couples a message from Kabale District woman member of Parliament, Hon. Catheline Atwakiire Ndamira who is also doubles as Kigezi parliamentary chief whip. In the message, she conveyed the family of Rev. Bens for raising Maverous in church, and advised her to be an exemplary woman, respect her husband for them to have a good family.

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