By Sharon Kyatusiimire
One of Kampala’s richest businessmen, Paul Ssembatya also known as Mulundannume wedded his longtime partner, Milly Nakibala last weekend at st. Mary’s Cathedral Rubaga in Kampala.
The couple hosted their friends and family in a glamourous expensive white anf black themed wedding reception.
The wedding was attended by some of the wealthiest men and women in town, politicians, cultural leaders, celebrities among others.
These include Godfrey Kirumira and his wife, Susan Mirembe, Dr. Sarah Nkonge Muwonge, Buganda Katikiro Peter Mayiga, Dick Kizito, Dr. John Bagambe and Freeman Kiyimba, Dr Hamza Ssebunya among other
Several prominent artists including Jose Chameleone, Spice Diana, Eddy Kenzo and Sheebah Karungi are among others performed at the wedding.
Kirumira, the chairman of Kwagalana Group, an association of wealthy business entrepreneurs in Kampala while speaking at the reception asked the fellow rich man to treat her wife in a very good way.
“I ask you to give your wife a good life,” said Kirumira to Paul Ssembatya.
“Susan is always in Portugal, Mexico Susan tell them if I’m lying. America, tell them. And you fly First Class, tell them… I don’t say what’s not true.”.” he went on, asking his wife, who was at the event to stand up and confirm what he was saying.
Kiruma asked Ssembatya’s bestman, Col. (rtd.) Dick Bugingo – the owner of Agdi Dairy Farm – to advise the groom to retire.
“You also retried,” Kirumira told Col. Bugingo.
Paul Ssembatya and Milly Nakibala had been together for about four decades but they hadn’t wedded. They also share children.
Kirumira, who was the chairman of the wedding, said billions were injected into the wedding event.
In April this year, the couple’s wedding launch wedding viral after a video was shared on social media showing the business community contributing insane amounts of money.
Businessman Hamis Kiggundu gave the couple Shs100 million. Kiggundu said he looks at Paul Ssembatya as his father.
Tycoon Dr. John Bagambe represented a group that contributed Shs50m, another group gave Shs40m and another Shs10m.
Richard Kakonge gave Shs12m and Winnie Mabirizi, the widow of Godfrey Mabirizi, the owner of Mabirizi Complex, offered Shs2 million. These figures were obtained from the