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Whoever has any information about my husband shouldn’t tell me- Judith Babirye

Last Saturday, female gospel musician Judith Babirye who also doubles as the Buikwe Woman MP got married to her new lover Paul Musoke Sebulime, in a secret traditional ceremony at Las Vegas gardens in Bbunga, Kampala.

While making her vows, Babirye warned people against spreading rumours about her husband Ssebulime.

“Whoever knows anything about my husband, please do not tell me, because I am going to love him despite all that, I do not want to know. All I want is to cook for you food before you leave for work, lunch, and supper when you return. Whether you want it for not, I am going to be married to you till I grow old,” she vowed.

She then called on the Holy Spirit and Jesus to take over her man and her marriage.

“As I go, I am going to cook for him, forever and ever until you take over Lord, Jesus. I love you Paul.”

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Although her husband Mr Sebulime is said to have had a relationship with a one Lukiya Ntale for more than eight years, Babirye said she met him when he was single with no woman in his life.

“I met him some time when I had gone to check on his father who was sick at the time. This man was single, with no wife. We became friends and one of his sengas saw us and told him that this is what she had always wished for him,” she said in an interview with Bukedde television after the marriage ceremony.

On why she made the venue of her marriage ceremony a secret, the singer said she did not have enough money to feed all her fans and the people that she loves.

“I did not hide my ceremony, but my pockets could not allow me to invite all the people that I love to my party.”

Sebulime however had a little to say about allegations that the had another wife. “Journalists like bad news. Good things do not make news for them,” he said before professing his love for Babirye.

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