President Museveni advises husbands to be humble and care for their wives

Saturday 21st June 2014

President Yoweri Museveni has called on men to care for their wives.

He made the call at the Lugogo UMA main hall during the wedding reception of Kenneth Baija a member of staff of State House and Sarah Nduhukire a member of staff of the Uganda National roads Authority.

The groom is also a son of the late Dr. Gershom Baija and Mrs. Jennifer Baija of Kashari, Mbarara District.

Mrs. Baija is a prominent NRM supporter in Kashari. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Turyamureba of Obwengaara, Kazo in Kiruhura District.

“Men should be humble and take care of their wives," President advised married couples.

He cautioned married couples against the vice of being over ambitious particularly under the influence and pressure from their wives. He said that such conduct could be detrimental to their lives and wellbeing of their families.

He thanked Mrs. Jennifer Baija for being a good Movement supporter. He described her as a committed worker.

He further thanked her for exemplary performance especially from the time of her husband’s death when she demonstrated her capacity to look after her children well.

He was pleased to note that she built a home and established a farm which was progressing.

President Museveni cautioned the youth and people at large against the vices of promiscuity and alcoholism.

He donated some cows to the bride, Sarah and congratulated the entire family for the wedding ceremony.

The Groom, Kenneth Baija saluted President Museveni for blessing the wedding ceremony and for employing him.

He thanked God for the great wedding ceremony. He thanked the State House Staff for enabling him to do his work well.

The Bride, Sarah Nduhukire pledged to manage her family well.

The Groom’s mother, Mrs. Jennifer Baija thanked the President for enabling her children to get employment.

She called on the new couple to respect each other as a prerequisite for a happy relationship.

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