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Sam Rugunda, a Capital Markets associate at Citigroup, New York, is the son of Health Minister Dr Ruhakana Rugunda, while Matilda Mutanguha, a law graduate of Suffolk University in Boston, USA is a daughter of Ambassador Zephyr Mutanguha of Rwanda.
Mbabazi delivered the First Family’s congratulations and their pledge of four Friesian cows valued at Shs 10m to the newly-wed couple. He later in the evening delivered the cash donation at the reception the newly-weds hosted at Serena Hotel.
“I came to witness, I meaning President Museveni, this wedding because as a government we have seen a lot of research worldwide which has proven that children from unstable families are more likely to go to prison than counterparts,” Mbabazi said.
While delivering his sermon, Archbishop Stanley Ntagali of the Church of Uganda castigated promoters of homosexuality, noting that it distorts the sanctity of marriage and love. He said the biblical position is that marriage is between man and woman.
“Let’s not allow other cultures to confuse us,” he said, adding: “Those who are changing God’s order should repent.” Archbishop Ntagali called for patience in marriage, saying it did not require wealth to have stable marriages.
Various who-is-whos, including the NRM Vice Chairman Moses Kigongo, Gender Minister John Nasasira and the Chief Justice, Benjamin Odoki, among others, attended the function.