Sheikh Muhammed Mutumba an imam at Kyampisi Mosque in Kayunga District has made news all over the country after he discovered that his newlywed “wife” has been a man all this while.
Very disturbing, strange indeed, how could it be? Mutumba exchanged vows with Swabullah Nabukeera and the two were pronounced Husband and Wife in the midst of ululation and cheers, to love and to hold till death does them part.
The two then gathered relatives, friends, and colleagues to a reception luncheon and did those things of feeding each other with cake and wine. Then weeks later, Mutumba realizes Swabullah is a one Richard Tumushabe.
This means that all the fixtures between Mutumba and Swabullah had ended in a stalemate, in other words, goalless draws! No one tried to score?
And this also means that there were no attempts on target, or no one hit the post during the fixtures.
Let us imagine that the two saw each other and had been dating at the very least, 6 months. Mutumba then enticed by the beauty and curves of Swabullah went down on one knee and asked for his/her hand in marriage.
The two went on with wedding and introduction meetings, calling about their friends and relatives. Since we are aware Mutumba is the man, yes his friends were sure he was marrying a woman and the budget title read: Estimated budget for Mutumba and Swabullah Wedding.
Now on the other side, what was Swabullah and his/her relatives up to? So this is when a team gets out for the warm-up and they are not yet aware of what team they will be playing against.
What was the kind of relationship these two guys had before their wedding and what about after their wedding, and by the way how did all this go down during the honeymoon?
Mutumba was standing in the six-yard box, with the keeper to beat and acres of space, how does he explain he could not even SQUEEZE the ball through the keeper’s legs.
There is just one explanation to all this, Mutumba claims tantamount to an own goal. He must have been using the moments when the floodlights were off to score in a different goal, and when the lights came on, he claimed it was a deflection from a very tight angle.
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