Kato Lubwama, a city comedian and former Member of Parliament, has come out to deny ever attending Pastor Aloyosius Bugingo’s Kwanjula, claiming that the event he attended had nothing to do with it.
Lubwama, a long-time friend of Bugingo’s, was present at the event, along with city motivational speaker Frank Gashumba. Who accompanied Bugingo as he was introduced by Suzan Makula.
“I didn’t attend an introduction ceremony, I was at a party which was orginised to meet have fun, get to know each other but not marriage ceremony.” Kato Lubwama shamelessly says.
Kato Lubwama, on the other hand, believes Male Mabirizi has no chance of winning the case against Bugingo. This is because there is no proof of a marriage ceremony because the cultures are so dissimilar. He also slammed Male Mabirizi, calling him a learned knucklehead who sues every city celebrity for free publicity.
Kato Lubwama also chastised Pastor Ssenyonga for comments he made about Suzan Makula. When he claimed Bugingo eloped with a prostitute.
Kato had nothing good to say about Ssenyonga, claiming that the pastor isn’t a saint and wondering when he became the Pastors’ Sherrif.
Lubwama, who has been with pastor Bugingo since their ghetto days, revealed that the pastor has liberated all married men who are silently suffering in abusive marriages. He says now they know how to break free from the binding marital vows.
Male Mabirizi has requested that the court summon Kato Lubwama, Frank Gashumba, and Pastor Kayiwa to testify about the Introduction event they attended. In addition to provide the invitation cards they received.
Male also wrote to the Uganda Communications Commission, requesting that Salt TV produce video footage of Makula’s Kwanjula ceremony in Kyebando.
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