Katikkiro Mayiga Graces Lukyamuzi Gal’s Wedding

Katikkiro Mayiga Graces Lukyamuzi Gal’s Wedding

By Our Reporter

The Buganda kingdom Katikkiro Owek. Charles Peter Mayiga on Saturday graced the wedding of former Rubaga South Member of Parliament John Ken Lukyamuzi’s daughter, which was held at St Mary’s Centenary Catholic Church, Kireka.

Teddy Namulema, who is Lukyamuzi’s daughter, was united in holy matrimony with her beloved Stephen Mayanja, at a scientific wedding ceremony that was attended by only a few close family members, as per the standing Ministry of Health guidelines to prevent  the spread of COVID-19.

During his speech at the wedding ceremony, Katikkiro Mayiga beseeched married spouses to  trust each other and always find ways to solve all their marital wrangles instead of exaggerating them.

Former MP Ken Lukyamuzi with his daughter Teddy Namulema at he wedding

He noted that failure to find amicable solutions to marital wrangles has led to many marriages collapsing.

John Ken Lukyamuzi, more commonly known as Ken Lukyamuzi The Man, is a Ugandan politician and lawyer, who is the leader of the Conservative Party of Uganda.

He served in the 7th parliament (2001–2006) as the elected representative for Rubaga South (Rubaga South) Constituency.

He represented the same constituency in the 9th parliament (2011–2016).

Sometime in 2013, Lukyamuzi was admitted to Makerere University’s School of Law.

After six years of study, including several retakes, he was awarded a Bachelor of Laws degree in January 2019.

Teddy Namulema and Stephen Mayanja at their wedding ceremony

Lukyamuzi represented Rubaga South Constituency in Uganda’s parliament from 2001 until 2006.

However, due to his failure to declare personal assets, as required by law, he was kicked out of parliament in January 2006.

Suzan Nampijja Lukyamuzi, his daughter was elected to replace her father and represented the constituency in the 8th parliament (2006–2011).

Owke. Katikkiro Charles Peter Mayiga with Ken Lukyamuzi at church

During the 9th parliament (2011–2016), Lukyamuzi bounced back and was elected a second time to represent Rubaga South Constituency.

During the 2016 election cycle, Ken Lukyamuzi lost his constituency to the incumbent MP, Kato Lubwama, an independent politician, whose other occupation is as a comedian.

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