Gospel musician Judith Babirye while unveiling her new found spouse, Paul Musoke Sebulime to multitudes who attended their Introduction ceremony on Saturday said she will return to heaven with him, and also explained how she promised God to love him for life.
Judith Babirye expressed her emotions in a tender, low and calm tone saying, “I want you to know this Paul, I love you so much.”
She borrowed lines from the popular pledge made by couples marrying in Church and told Paul in ‘good times and in bad, in sickness and in health’ she promises to be true to him.
While blessing their engagement rings, Pr Imelda Namutebi of Liberty Worship Centre, Lugala, prayed that nothing will separate the 41-year-old Buikwe Woman MP and her colleague, who is MP for Buikwe North and a pilot by profession.
Babirye’s Introduction ceremony, graced by among others Pastor Irene Manjeri of Bethel Healing Center, came on the heals of numerous media reports that purported that her new traditional marriage is invalid by law.
Ms Proscovia Nangobi, the Uganda Registration Services Bureau (URSB) spokesperson told journalists Judith Babirye is still registered as married to her first husband, Samuel Niiwo, and the marriage has not been resolved.
They had wedded at Rubaga Miracle Centre on March 12, 2005. The duo had completed the first phase of their divorce paperwork, “but I have not yet signed final marriage dissolution,” Mr Niiwo claimed.
Pastor Michael Kyazze of Omega Healing Centre told the New Vision legally and socially, Judith and Paul can get married but spiritually, “that marriage is questionable.”
“If you have three Children with a woman, you should have the powers to look after them and keep the mother. What makes Babirye think that the man will keep her for long? He used someone’s daughter and walked away,” Pr Kyazze said.
“I wish Babirye well but I hope the two learn lessons from their previous relationships since they both claim they have broken hearts,” he added.
Babirye’s Introduction is said to have happened at her father’s home.
By UG Christian News Correspondent.