Kamwokya Residents Brave Downpour on Mass Wedding

Bishop Arriving at the church

It was a night of glamor, this joy and excitement at the launch of the first lingerer fashion show in Kampala.

The event hosted by Lauma linger shot on Nakumatt oasis mall spark the emotion of Kampala city dwellers and shoe goers as models stepped onto the red carpet to show case their best of lingerie ranging from pants, nickers, bras and body tightly cloths all designed for the best choice
of the women in the world.

The chief guest, Keturah Kamugasa, Vision Group head of magazines was teased to lead the first red carpet walk where she surely did setting
the mode for the audience that had turned into huge number to see the whole concept of lingerie.

“The beauty and smartness of a woman starts with what is inside her, this is nothing to do with pornography but fact that people need to
see and realize” Keturah said.

The proprietor Luama Lingerie, Siisi Saetalu said this is the first shop of its kind in Uganda and Africa as a whole.

“We have opened shops in many cities across the world but had never thought of one in Africa until recently when I came to Uganda and realized this need  and with the connections I felt I would add  some value on the women of Uganda” Siisi said.

“We are here for charity work, 10% of the profits raised from the sale of the lingerie will be donated to support charitable cause in the
country and more so if we find this a potential market then Uganda should expect a boom in the fashion and model industry soon as more
investors are interested in fashion and designed world in the country” Kaleu Roosivali, Siisi’s business partner noted.

Emilly Nassarira, a business lady dealing in boutique applauded Luama lingerie for this initiative and urged that it’s a plus to the dress
code of several women in the country. Her remarks followed a short demonstration and question moment on determine the best bras that most
women express ignorance and shyness to weather putting on very tight or loose bras that make their breath yearn to get out of the bras.

Residents of Kamawokya, buy a suburb in Kampala braved an early morning downpour to witness a mass wedding ceremony, where six couples were joined in Holy matrimony.

Presiding over the function at Kamwokya parish on Sunday, the newly appointed Lugazi Diocese Bishop, Christopher
Kakooza urged Christians to be firm in their faith and to always recall their life journey beginnings.

“In 1993, H.E Cardinal Wamala asked me to start a small Christian community in this place where we are today, its been a long journey and now a huge Parish has evolved out of it,” Kakoza said.

His journey in priesthood Kakooza said, had been bounded with a life of patience, tolerance and hard work and urged the wedded couples to stick to their life time decisions while emulating his example on persistence.

A police officer only identified as Tunanukye Simpleson, resident at old Kiira road police station who happened to be part of the wedding
couples urged fellow police officers to follow suit if they are to focus on developing their families.

“I worked for five years to realize this dream, it been a hard trail but cementing the relation with an official marriage adds a lot of
value to the relationship Simpleson noted.

A prominet area busness man know commonly as Ssalongo Spark urged his fellow businesses men to formalize their relationships with their spouses to enable them work closely as a team.

“There is some considerable level of trust between wedded couples and in business, I realized this should be part of the foundation”
Ssalongo noted.

James Ssebayiga, the parish priest Kamwokya Catholic parish urged the congregation to take the mass wedding as a lesson for all who have not
yet wedded to think and recount on their love life.DSC02231




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