and Fred Kyobe
The Prime minister Prof. Apolo Nsibambi was over the weekend one of the happiest parents.
Within a few years he is blessed with the marriage of yet another daughter, Lydia Nabaggala, a Uganda Revenue Authority employee, to Godfrey Isaiah Mulondo, after that of Rhoda and Julie who got married to brothers, Matthew Kasujja and James Kasujja respectively. Nsibambi has got four daughters including his second last Eseza.
Godfrey who works with Lonrho Motors Kampala is a son to Rabbi Ezekiel Mulondo.
Amidst melodious music punctuated by the organ sound at St. Paulâ€™s Cathedral Namirembe, Nsibambi dressed in a Kiganda kanzu (tunic) and blue jacket walked Lydia to the aisle and presented her to the waiting Bishop Samuel Sekadde flanked by Canons; Magala Musiwuufu and Peter Kigozi.
Godfrey and Lydia took their vows at exactly 11:30 am amid applause from the congregation which included President Yoweri Museveni,Vice President Gilbert Bukenya, Chief Justice Benjamin Odoki and Bugandaâ€™s Katikkiro Mulwanyammuli Ssemogerere.
Other guests included former President Godfrey Binaisa, John Naggenda, Mr. And Mrs. Gordon Wavamunno, Prof. Frederick Kayanja, maternal uncle to the bride.
Godfrey and Lydia later hosted their guests to a dinner reception at Speke Resort Munyonyo. The Couple served the bridal cake to Mr. And Mrs. Rabbi Mulondo and Prof. Nsibambi and his wife, Esther.
A fairy tale wedding