They sometimes confuse me, whenever they call me on phone, I can't tell who is calling because they sound the same.
KAMPALA TWINS FESTIVAL
KAMPALA - Triplets Diana Nakiyingi, Dorcus Nalunkuuma, and Deborah Nalugya share a great relationship. They do not only physically resemble but also share almost every moment.
They study at White Angel High School Bulenga in senior five and they offer different subject combinations - Nakiyingi (Mathematics, Economics, and Geography), Nalunkuuma (History, Economics, and Divinity), and Nalugya (History, Economics, and Literature).
Their mother Veronica Nakibuuka, a resident of Bulenga, in Kampala says her triplets are a blessing from God. "I always thank God for them. They sometimes confuse me, whenever they call me on phone, I can't tell who is calling because they sound the same. At times they tease me when they ask me to guess who is speaking on phone," she says.
"While raising them, I faced challenges, especially during breastfeeding. Since I used to find it hard to tell them apart, I couldn't tell who had just breastfed. However, I eventually found a solution. I could wake up one at a time to breastfeed," says Nakibuuka
Despite having each other's back, Nakiyingi, Nalunkuuma, and Nalugya also sleep in the same dormitory. They are best friends and they love almost the same things such as fashion, food, and entertainment. Since they love dancing and music, they sing in St. Francis choir, Bulenga, The triplets say their best dish is spaghetti and liver.