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His playing makes me feel important

By Vision Reporter

Added 7th September 2007 03:00 AM

UGANDA Cranes’ defender Dan Wagaluka, told the press before the June Uganda-Nigeria match that he was a virgin. Pidson Kareire traced his wife with whom he has been living for six years, Shamim Nakalema. They have two children.

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UGANDA Cranes’ defender Dan Wagaluka, told the press before the June Uganda-Nigeria match that he was a virgin. Pidson Kareire traced his wife with whom he has been living for six years, Shamim Nakalema. They have two children.

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UGANDA Cranes’ defender Dan Wagaluka, told the press before the June Uganda-Nigeria match that he was a virgin. Pidson Kareire traced his wife with whom he has been living for six years, Shamim Nakalema. They have two children.

Do you know you are married to a virgin?
I also read it and was very angry with him. We almost fought about it, but he said it is the press which took his joke too far. Other than that, he has never denied me, deprived me or abandoned me.

You must be short tempered!
No. I am just human; anyone can react like me. What if it was me saying that to the press, how would he have reacted? The statement could be interpreted as our children belong to a different man because my husband is not man enough.

You are a Muslim, he is a Catholic. What interests do you share?
Oh! We share a lot: We both love football and support Arsenal. By the way, I am now a Catholic though I use my original name. You see, marriage is about taking decisions; I decided to marry him and the religion was a by-the-way.

How did you meet?
It was during a secondary school visitation. His school used to visit ours. He was at Crescent High School, Busega, and I was at Asan High, Nsambya.

Now that he is sometimes away from home, don’t you feel suspicious?
This is his job and a career, our future; I don’t need to behave like worms, which kill what feeds them and in the end they also die. I know when he leaves home he has gone to work. We always discuss before he leaves and I sometimes visit him to boost his morale.

How about female fans who hug him after matches?
You know these are fans, but if they go beyond the fun, then something must be wrong with them. I think fans should know that most of these players are committed somewhere and it is wrong to tempt them. By the way I hate those fans who try very much to tempt married men! In fact, I don’t go to watch him playing; I would flog those immoral fans. It is better on TV.

How do you feel watching him play?
I feel good, more submissive and important too.

His playing makes me feel important

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