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Pastor Kiganda Weds Cindy Karonga in Zimbabwe
Posted on April 8, 2013
Pastor Kiganda on Saturday 6th April wed his fiance, Cindy Karonga from Zimbabwe.
The wedding took place at The Life Changing Ministries in Harare, Zimbabwe and was officiated by Pastor Langton Kanyati of the same church.
Pastor David Kiganda arrived at the church in a Hummer while the bride, Cindy rode in a Benz all of which were of a new model. Pastor Levi Sirinza from South Africa also graced the ceremony. Pastor Kiganda went with representatives from Uganda most of whom were pastors and friends from his church back home, Christianity Focus Centre. His mother Resty Nampijja was also present at the ceremony.
His children, Baker Kiganda, Deborah Kiwummulo, Charles Kasule, Philip Kiganda, Joshua Kiganda and Martin Kiganda were also present to see their father getting married again. All these children were from his first wife, Hadija Nasejje.
The reception took place at Harare Gardens. Pastor Kiganda and wife are expected to head back to the country on April 26 where he will welcome well wishers in Munyonyo. Pastor Kiganda promised to take the church duties now that he had a wife well and seriously.
Omusumba Kiganda acamudde ab'e Zimbabwe ku mbaga ye ne Cindy
OMUSUMBA David Kiganda yagattiddwa mu bufumbo obutukuvu ne mukyala we Cindy Karonga enzaalwa ya Zimbabwe ku mbaga ey'ebbugumu abavubuka gye boogerako ng’ey’esswaga.
Abagole baagattiddwa mu kkanisa y'Abalokole eya The Life Changing Ministries mu kibuga Harare ekya Zimbabwe, ng'omukolo gw’okugatta gwakoleddwa omusumba w’ekkanisa eno, Langton Kanyati.
Gwabadde mukolo gwa kitiibwa ng'omusumba David Kiganda mu kkanisa yatuukidde mu mmotoka ey’ebbeeyi ey’ekika kya Hummer empanvu ate omugole omukazi n’ajjira mu mmotoka y’ekika kya Benz nga nayo nkola mpya ddala embisi.
Eyabadde kalabaalaba w’omugole omusajja yabadde omusumba Levi Sirinza eyavudde e South Africa era nga Kiganda yawerekeddwaako mikwano gye okuva mu Uganda naddala mu kkanisa ye eya Christianity Focus Centre n’ab’oluganda lwe abaakulembeddwaamu nnyina Resty Nampijja.
Abaana ba Kiganda okuli; Baker Kiganda, Deborah Kiwummulo, Charles Kasule, Philip Kiganda, Joshua Kiganda ne Martin Kiganda nabo baabaddeyo nga kitaabwe akuba ebirayiro nga bw’ajja okwagala nnyaabwe omuggya okutuusa okufa.
Ekyasinze okucamula bannansi b’e Zimbabwe bwe y’engeri Bannayuganda gye baabadde bayambaddemu, ng'abasajja banekedde mu kkanzu ate abakyala bambadde busuuti.
Bannansi b’e Zimbabwe baategeezezza omusasi wa Bukedde nti baabadde tebalabanga ku nnyambala eno era bakira babuuza engeri ekyambalo kya gomesi gye kitungibwamu.
Oluvannyuma lwokugattibwa, Kiganda ne mukyala we Cindy baasembezza abagenyi baabwe mu kifo ekikung’aanirwamu ekiyitibwa Harare Gardens ekisangibwa mu kibuga Harare wakati olwo endongo n’esindogoma, eby’okulya nga byo ebyokunywa baabinaabye bunaabi.
Kiganda ategeka okudda mu Uganda ng’ennaku z’omwezi April 26 omwaka guno akole omukolo kw’anaasembereza abagenyi be e Munyonyo.
Kiganda yeeyamye eri bazadde ba Cindy okukuuma muwala waabwe n’agamba nti kati emirimu gy’ekkanisa agenda kugitambuza n’amaanyi oluvannyuma lw’okufuna omukazi amukuuma.
Bino byonna biddiridde Kiganda okwawukana ne mukyala we eyasooka, Hadijah Nassejje oluvannyuma lw'okumukwata n’omusajja Mukwasi, omusiisi wa chapati emyaka musanvu egiyise.
Omutume Alex Mitala bwe yatuukiriddwa okubaako ky'ayogera ku mbaga eno, yagambye nti si nkola ye okwogera ku muntu wa Katonda mu mawulure. Kyokka nga y’omu ku bazze bawakanya embaga eno ng’agamba nti Omusumba Kiganda ateekwa okusooka okutuukiriza emitendera egiyitibwamu mu mbeera eno.
Omusumba Joseph Sserwadda Victory Church mu Ndeeba era omu ku bakulira Abalokole mu ggwanga bwe yatuukiriddwa yagambye nti aky’etegereza ensonga kyokka ng’era y’omu ku bazze bawakanya embaga eno nti omusumba yandibadde asinga kukulembeza kya kusonyiwa mukazi we eyasobya nti ate byonna bwe biba bigaanyi ayite mu mitendera gyonna omukaaga gye yamulambikira obulungi.
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THE REPUBLIC OF UGANDA
IN THE HIGH COURT OF UGANDA AT KAMPALA
DIVORCE CAUSE NO. 42 OF 2011
BISHOP DAVID KIGANDA ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: PETITIONER
HADIJA NASEJJE KIGANDA :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: RESPONDENT
BEFORE HON. JUSTICE B. KAINAMUA
Bishop David Kiganda (herein after referred to as the Petitioner) and Hadija Nasejje Kiganda (hereafter referred to as the Respondent) were legally married at Victory Christian Center Ndeeba on 27th October 1991. Prior to the Solemnisation of the marriage the couple had lived in cohabitation. Out of the cohabitation and the marriage they produced five children namely:-
1. Kiganda Martin Ssemwonga aged 24 years
2. Kiganda Baker Wamala aged 22 years
3. Kisakye Phillip Kiganda aged 20 years
4. Kiwunulo Deborah aged 18 years
5. Kiganda Joshua Yotulwanira aged 13 years
The Petitioner brings this petition for the following orders:-
a. An order for dissolution of the said marriage
b. A Decree Nisi be issued against the Respondent
c. The Petitioner be granted custody of the minor child who is already in his custody since 2006.
d. Consequential order relating to the matrimonial property
e. Costs of the petition
The Petitioner raised two grounds for the petition namely adultery, cruelty and desertion.
The hearing of the petition proceeded ex-part after Court satisfied its self that the Respondent had been served with the petition and she did not file an answer to the petition-Order 9 rule 10 CPR
The Petitioner’s case rested on the evidence of four witnesses, the Petitioner, his Best man at the wedding, Israel Sekanjako (PW2), Moses Kabanda (PW3) and his Personal Assistant Charles Kasule (PW4).
It was the Petitioners testimony that he got married to the Respondent Hadija Nasejje on the 27th day of October 1991 at Victory Christian Center Church, Ndeeba. They had previously cohabited for some time.
During their cohabitation and after the wedding they produced five children named earlier in this Judgment.
The Petitioner testified that around 2006 the couple experienced problems in their marriage when the Respondent got involved in an adulterous affair with one Mukwasi Hussein and others. The Respondent is alleged to have confessed the act in church. In proof of this, the Petitioner tendered in evidence an Agreement for Separation signed by the Respondent on 29th September 2006 wherein under paragraph 11 she admitted adultery with diverse men including one Hussein Mukwasi. The agreement was admitted in evidence as EXP 1.
One Moses Kasanda (PW3) testified to the effect that he is a member of the Petitioner’s church-Christian Focus Center Mengo Kisenyi-where the Respondent was also a preacher.
He further stated that he was a witness to the agreement signed by the Respondent (EXP 1) wherein she admitted adultery. He concluded his testimony by confirming that since the making of the agreement above, the Respondent has not returned to the home of the Petitioner.
The Petitioner also called Isreal Sekanjanko (PW2) who testified that he was the Best Man at the Petitioner and Respondent’s wedding. He tendered in the wedding photograph (EXP2). He further testified that the Respondent though a Moslem initially, had converted to Christianity and was a well known preacher and used to baptize people.
One Kasule Charles was called as PW4 and testified that he was the Petitioner’s Personal Assistant. He testified that while still in school he used to spend the holidays at the couple’s home, knew the children of the couple very well and has since two years back been resident at the home of the Petitioner. He confirmed that the Respondent has not been at the home since 2006.
At the hearing of the petition, one issue was identified for determination namely:- whether the Petitioner is entitled to the reliefs sought in the petition.
In a nutshell these are:- Dissolution of the marriage between the parties and grant of custody of the minor child to the Petitioner.
Adultery has been defined as consensual sexual intercourse during the existence of a marriage between a married person and a person of the opposite sex not being the husband or wife of that married person. Adultery may be proved by either direct or circumstantial evidence. As observed by Justice Ntabgoba in George Nyakairu Vs Rose Nyakairu  HCB 261
“in allegations of adultery it is not necessary to prove direct act of adultery for the fact was almost always to be inferred from the circumstances as a necessary conclusion since it is indeed true that parties were ever surprised in the act of adultery”.
Adultery must be proved to the satisfaction of the Court (see Habyarimana Vs Habyarimana (1980) HCB 139) but the Court can conclude after considering the facts and circumstances pleaded before it that an adulterous sexual intercourse took place.
The Petitioner testified that he has not been living with the Respondent since September 2006. He stated that the reason for the separation was because the Respondent got into an affair with another man one Hussein Mukwasi which affair the Respondent admitted in the presence of others. (See EXP 1). This fact was collaborated by Moses Kabanda (PW3) who stated that he was present at the gathering when the Respondent apologized before people including elders and pastors. He further stated that he was a witness to the Agreement for Separation which the Respondent signed.
Based on the direct and circumstantial evidence before Court, i am satisfied that the Respondent did commit acts of adultery on diverse occasions with other men but more especially one Hussein Mukwasi.
I hold therefore that the Petitioner has discharged the burden of proving that the Respondent did engage in the acts of adultery with diverse men including one Hussein Mukwasi.
The Petitioner sought custody for Kiganda Joshua Yatulwanira, the only remaining minor child from the marriage. The paramount principle in cases of custody is the welfare of the child. The child has been in the custody of the Petitioner since 2006 when the couple separated. There is no compelling reason why this arrangement should be interfered with by Court. Accordingly the Petitioner will retain the custody of the child.
The Petitioner seeks no costs, so be it.
In conclusion Court makes the following orders:-
1. A Decree nisi is hereby issued for the dissolution of the marriage between the Petitioner and the Respondent
2. The Petitioner is granted custody of the child Kiganda Joshua Yatulwanira
3. There is no order as to costs.