Uganda’s Speaker Anita Among Asks, ‘Who Says a Man Should Have Only One Woman?

Uganda's Parliamentary Speaker Anita Among. PHOTO COURTESY
Uganda's Parliamentary Speaker Anita Among. PHOTO COURTESY

Uganda’s Speaker of Parliament Anita Among questions those who say Kyabazinga has many wives, asking, “Who says a man should have only one woman?”

The Speaker of parliament Rt. Hon Anita Among, has urged the public to refrain from meddling in the upcoming royal wedding of Kyabazinga William Nadiope of Busoga by spreading unfounded rumors about his alleged multiple wives.

She emphasized that there is no legal prohibition in Uganda against a man having more than one wife.

“There’re some social media people who know it all. Why don’t they leave people to settle? They love poking their noses into other people’s personal lives. They should leave the Kyabazinga. If they are saying he has many wives, who says a man should have only one woman?”


Anita Among penned a message on X, previously known as Twitter, expressing her hopes for a vibrant and unforgettable wedding celebration for the Kingdom and the residents of Busoga.

“This weekend we will witness the Royal wedding of the Kyabazinga of Busoga, His Majesty William Wilberforce Gabula Nadiope IV and his Queen, the Inhebantu Jovia Mutesi. On behalf of the subjects of the Kyabazinga, I convey my appreciation to all individuals, organizations and groups that have supported the wedding in various ways. As Parliament, we already made our humble contribution to support the Kingdom. We wish the Kingdom and the people of Busoga a colourful and memorable wedding ceremony.” she wrote.

On Saturday, November 18, the current Kyabazinga of Uganda’s Busoga kingdom, William Gabula Nadiope IV, is set to marry Ms. Jovia Mutesi in a two-hour ceremony.

The Prime Minister (Katuukiro) of the Busoga Kingdom, Dr. Joseph Muvawala, revealed on Wednesday that the event will occur at Christ’s Church Bugembe in Jinja City, running from 11 am to 1 pm.

To ensure a smooth flow, Muvawala has encouraged guests to arrive between 8:30 am and 9 am, thereby minimizing any potential delays.

“The king will arrive at Bugembe Cathedral from Kamuli District at 10:45 am, while the bride will arrive later from Mayuge District. Guests will start arriving at 8:30 pm because the wedding will only take two hours,” Dr. Muvawala is quoted as saying by the Monitor.

The event anticipates a turnout of more than 2,500 attendees, with Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni being a prominent figure as the main celebrant.

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