“The alleged ‘sex ban’ at the #BusogaRoyalWedding sparks concern among the Basoga community. Isabalangira, Samuel Nkuutu Zirabamuzaale, dismisses these claims with an official statement.” A tweet quoted by New Vision indicated.
Not even two days after this declaration, the Naguru asked NBS TV went on to run a lowerthird that there’s sexual acts at the wedding. This was worsened by filming empty seats live on air, a photo that has since become awash on social media hence annoying Basoga loyalties. This was according to aggrieved people.
A month ago, most media outlets published a story that Busoga Kingdom authorities had warned subjects and all the people who will attend the royal wedding not to engage in any sexual affairs a day to and at the wedding day claiming its ritualary wrong.
One media outlet quoted, “The chief traditionalist in Busoga Kingdom has called up all his tribemates to respect tradition and avoid engaging in sexual relations on November 18, 2023, when their King Wilberforce Nadiope Gabula weds his queen, Jovia Mutesi.
Nadiope will officially unveil the queen to the public on November 18, 2023 which is tomorrow.
The Busoga Monarch Nadiope Gabula will exchange marital vows with his queen Mutesi at Christ Cathedral, Bugembe where President Yoweri Museveni is expected in attendance.
There will be a reception at the King’s Place in Igenge, where only a select invited guests will attend.
The rest of the Kingdom subjects will celebrate and follow the main celebrations from their respective counties.
According to the organizing committee, big screens will be set up at different venues for the residents to follow the wedding and reception events live.
Now the air has been cleared for people to enjoy their conjugal rights.