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Katikiro Peter Mayiga trash Rema’s husband Hamza, calls him “Omukopi”

2019 saw Songstress Rema Namakula introduce her husband Dr. Ssebunya Hamza in a mega introduction ceremony at her parents in Nabingo where she changed clothes five times and Ssebunya two times. 

While this was called lavish by fans, Buganda kingdom prime minister Charles Peter Mayiga calls it “obukopi” adding that it is done only by uncouth people who intend to show off their wealth. 

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Through his Twitter account, Mayiga says that men in Uganda have resorted to behaviors like changing dresses as well as splashing money on their brides to be during introduction ceremonies which is disrespectful to parents. 

“Abazadde muleke kukirizza abavubuuka okubajjooga nga bazze okwanjulwa nga babamansira ssente. Omulenzi bakwanjudde n’odda mu kyusa engoye? Oyagala kulaga nga bw’omanyi okwambala? Ku buko? Obukopi buno bwavaawa? Abakopi beeberalaaga essente. Omuko bakwanjudde n’ogyayo ssente nodda mu kumansa ssente? Emize gino gyavaawa?,” He asked. 

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Mayiga condemns an act done oftentimes in Buganda traditional introduction ceremonies where youths escorting the bride and groom to be dance uncontrollably to modern songs in the name of entertainment. He calls the dances embarrassing.

“Obulenzi bu katumwa ne bwekola ebintuntu. Omuko ayanjuddwa nadda mu kwentinkuula olwo bakutende batya? Abantu batyobodde nnyo ennono yaffe ku mikolo egy’okwanjulwa. Abantu nebentinkuula mu ngeri eswaza ennyo.” Mayiga says.

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Mayiga’s condemnation comes at a time when a video of a certain Ugandan introduction ceremony is going viral on social media in which young girls escorting the bride to be were seen twerking their behinds while elders looked on.