The Observer (Kampala)

12 February 2013

Uganda: Wedding - Gorreth Gets the Love of Her Life

January 26, 2013 is a special day that Gorreth Atuhaire the manager of Shell Kasese will always remember.

It is the day she married her long time fiancé Duncan Musinguzi, a loans officer at Centenary bank, Kasese branch. Gorreth, a daughter to Robert Kisembo, a prominent businessman in Kasese town, says getting married to Duncan is the best achievement she has so far got in her life.

"I must thank God that finally Duncan and I are now husband and wife, because ever since we started dating this is the day I have been waiting for and it has come to pass," Gorreth said.

She says her wedding was a dream come true, and she does not regret her decision of doing it in Kampala.

"Many people approached me advising me to hold the wedding in Kasese my home district and Duncan's too, but I took a decision to wed from All Saints Cathedral, because it is the church I have been admiring ever since my childhood," she said.

It took five years for Duncan Musinguzi to be introduced to the parents of Gorreth Atuhaire, on October 6, 2012.

The couple first met at Centenary bank Kasese branch, were Duncan works as a loans officer. She says that all the qualities of a man of her choice were in Duncan and there was no need to wait when Duncan finally broke the silence and proposed to her.

"Even when he proposed I did not hesitate to say 'yes' because the guy was so good and trustworthy. The introduction was done according to the Kitooro culture, since Gorreth's father, Robert Kisembo, is a Mutooro. It was held at their family home in Nyakabuga village, Ibanda parish Bugoye sub county in Kasese district.

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