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Judith Babirye’s regrets for 2nd marriage comes as challenge to other pastors in the same Que

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Many people are questioning and wondering about Babirye’s repentance . some are thinking that God Him self is doing his work, and this leaves leaves other Pastors and men of God perplexed and with a question of what next, when God retaliates,

Renowned gospel singer and former Member of Parliament for Buikwe District, Judith Babirye has come out and apologised for contracting a second marriage saying it was not right.

In 2018, Babirye exchanged marriage vows with former Buikwe County North Member of Parliament Paul Musoke Sebulime at Las Vegas, Bunga in Kampala. This happened when Sebulime was already married to another woman called Lukia Ntale.

The ceremony that was held amidst tight security was attended by the then Vice president Edward Ssekandi, a handful of Church leaders among other dignitaries. https://2d6fffc79f4fd792557019cf15059084.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-38/html/container.html

After just 17 months, Court allowed Sebulime and fellow legislator Judith Babirye to divorce each other.

Justice Olive Karazarwe Mukaye of Makindye-based family division court said the petitioner Sebulime gave a detailed account of Babirye’s cruel actions that caused him mental and psychological torture.

Before court could dissolve their union, Sebulime had already made up with his former wife Lukiya Ntale.

However, in a viral video published on Babirye’s official Facebook page on Sunday, the ‘Yesu Beera Nange’ singer apologized to God, Sebulime’s wife, and Ugandans at large. She said that she is taken as a role model by many and therefore she felt it wise to publically come out and apologise.

“I come to you, my brother. I come to you, my sister. Please forgive me. I repent and I apologize to the so many people that I hurt for my mistake. I apologize to the people whose hearts were broken and wounded in my second marriage. Please forgive me for that mistake,” teary Babirye said.

” I apologize to the body of Christ, that I took through a very troublesome time. Please forgive me, the pastors, my fellow believers. I apologize to the nation of Uganda, please forgive me. I apologize to the children who look up to me as a role model, as an inspiration. Please forgive me, what I did was not right. Please forgive me, and I ask you to find a place in your hearts to forgive me,” she added.

The 44-year-old singer also asked Ssebulime’s wife to forgive her saying what she did was not right.

“And lastly, but most importantly I want to apologize to Miss Lukia Ntale. Forgive me. I don’t know how much I can stress this, but I am so sorry.

Find space in your hearts to forgive me. Forgiveness is divine, I know it is not an easy thing, but I beg you, may God grant you grace to forgive me,” she said.

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Fille trashes MC Kats’s wedding suggestion.

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As it stands, Fille Mutoni seems to be not fully convinced to legalize bonk sessions with boo, MC Kats as she’s into something else, not wedding!

A few days ago MC Kats told whoever cared to listen during an interview that all set to walk longtime baby mama, Fille down the aisle. In a very buoyant mood, Kats confirmed that preparations for the wedding in the coming month are underway!

To spice it up, the veteran city events Master of Ceremony also informed the public that a tax will be levied on every guest who will attend.

Kats revealed that the delay in formalizing their relationship was due to their desire to achieve certain life goals before considering marriage.

“It has taken some time, but we felt it was essential to accomplish other significant milestones, such as building our homes. With God’s grace, we’ve managed to achieve some of these goals, and now it feels like the right time,” MC Kats explained.

However, Fille is not fully invested in the wedding circus! She maintains that she fancies a peaceful marriage over the wedding and actually labels taata Abbi a muyaaye who is peddling lies for intentions known to himself.

Watch the video below as Fille trashes MC Kats’ wedding talk.

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Medical schools advised to build health facilities on their premises.

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After the increase in medical schools in the country which has led to the overwhelming  numbers of medical students who need medical facilities to practice from, which  hospitals are not enough to accommodate them.

The Head of Private Medical Schools and Chairman of the National Medical Schools Quality Assurance Committee Dr. John Wakida advised medical institutes to build hospitals in their schools to enable trainees to do their training  because of the shortage of the training hospitals.

He was speaking at St. Francis school of health sciences  in Namataba, Mukono district, at the celebration of St. Francis day

Dr. Wakida said they want to ensure that the country produces quality medical officers who can professionally fight the diseases that are emerging every day.

The principal St.francis school health professionals institute, Namataba of the school, Kiwanuka Bbosa, said we are now in the process of building a hospital at the school to solve the problems they have been having in getting their children to practice.

Rev. Fr. Father JC Sserwanda from Namagunga Parish who led the mass today urged students to avoid sexual acts that may land them in trouble and mess up up their education.

“Don’t be diverted by men and sugar mummies which pliz be focussed on your studies because your parents sacrifice a lot to inject money in you” Sserwadda noted.

Father Sserwadda further commended the institute administration for being focussed and put in proper usage of the money that runs the institute since its infancy stage.

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M7 meets Nexus Green Officials, discuss solar projects.

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President Museveni yesterday (August 15th, 2023), met and held discussions with a delegation from Nexus Green led by their chairperson, Baroness Sandip Verma who is also the former UK Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for International Development.The Nexus Green group briefed the President on the status of several projects that are ongoing in different parts of the country among which include a solar-powered irrigation, a Lopei Multipurpose Dam as well as a collaboration with the Ministry of Defence on a solar-powered project among others.

Mr Museveni in his remarks said irrigation supported by solar-powered water pumps is very crucial since it would prolong the growing time of crops in Uganda.“Instead of having two seasons we can have four seasons,” said the President.“Although we get a lot of rain, sometimes it delays but solar-powered water pumps remove all this, that is why they are very important,” he added.The president has been emphasising the use of irrigation to boost production and stabilising agriculture in the country as well as enabling the manufacturing of solar-powered water pumps to ensure the realization of both sustainable irrigation and agro-production.On her part, Baroness Sandip Verma thanked the President for his continued support to see the company yield tangible progress with some of the projects ready for commissioning.She also revealed that they are already setting up a factory that will manufacture solar-powered water pumps locally.

In their continuous bid to support green energy and E-mobility, the delegation also informed President Museveni that under their Green Hub Kampala Project, they are in a plan to start making environmentally friendly electric motorcycles that are suitable for Uganda’s terrain.In response, H.E Museveni said, “For the cars, we are making but for the bikes, you can manufacture.”The meeting between President Museveni and the delegation from Nexus Green Ltd took place at State House Entebbe.Nexus Gree Ltd is a Ugandan-based solar energy company supplying, manufacturing and delivering affordable solar-powered solutions designed for over 458 million people in East Africa.

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