Jacqueline Frazier, Isaac Oboth and Digo Lubanga on Saturday followed a pair of twins, Barbra Babirye and Brenda Nakato
“While Ssalango was lying silently on the hospital bed, I realised that it was me and my seven children,” she recollects.
Aduba, who lost both parents when she was still young, decided to return to her maternal aunt, Rose Akech, a peasant whom she is staying within Kayunga...
The twins’ news hit me hard that I cried in fear.”
Literary, our lives rotate around each other,” Babirye says. She recalls a time in secondary school when Nakato was sickly but was meant to take punishment....
“Our houses will be a stone-throw away from each. We cannot live far apart.”
“Our friends would not dare disturb or assault any of us because an attack on one of us would provoke the rest into a joint reaction.
Parliament is one of the sponsors of this year’s Kampala Twins Festival slated for next Sunday, August 25, at Namboole National Stadium.
A person who was used to waking up to go and work was confined to her bedroom for three months to keep the babies warm and protect them from infections....
When I learnt that I was carrying twins, I started crying endlessly. I was worried about how I was going to deliver two children at once.
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