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The Prince is set to marry his finance, Marion Elizabeth Nankya, a daughter to Hon. Mathias Nsubuga Birekeraawo, the Member of Parliament for Bukoto South and Jolly Nsubuga.
As a prince, Wasajja is a responsibility of the Buganda’s premier, according the traditions and norms of the kingdom and it’s the very reason as to why J B Walusimbi led the delegation to the bride’s parents late last year for the introduction ceremony.
In a program released by the official spokesperson of the Kingdom, Charles Peter Mayiga, exchanging the vows will begin at 11:00 am at Lubaga Cathedral led by the Archbishop of Kampala Dr. Cyprian Kizito Lwanga.
The public is welcome to attend the church service although sitting arrangements in the church will follow protocol.
After the church service, guests will be hosted to a cocktail by Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II at Twekobe in the Lubiri at Mengo.
According Mayiga, since this wedding is not an ordinary one a “few of Kabaka’s men and women” have been invited for the reception at the Lubiri.
“The public is therefore urged to respect the invitations and carry their invitation cards with them to the venue. The press is also urged to get accreditation from the organizing committee to avoid inconveniences during the function,” said Mayiga.
He added: “The Kingdom extends its sincere thanks to all the people who have worked towards the success of this wedding right from the organizing committee led by businessman Godfrey Kirumira to all people who have generously contributed any form of support towards this wedding.”
Mayiga noted that as a prince, he was very instrumental in the struggle to restore Buganda Kingdom.
“He has been an exemplary leader to the youth whom he has duly mobilized to identify themselves as part of the Kingdom’s organs. He has and still serves as Nkobazambogo Patron which has brought him closer to the youth and making him more popular among the young generation in Buganda.”