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Here are the three Lucky men Chewing President Museveni’s Daughters

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The President of the Republic of Uganda, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni and his wife, Janet Museveni are blessed with three daughters namely, Natasha, Patience, and Diana.

With many Ugandans wondering if these daughters were never involved in relationships, it has been revealed that their mother made them swear to remain virgins until their wedding nights.

Speaking during the commemoration of the international day if the girl child in 2017, the first lady explained how she managed to let her daughter’s value virginity.

“I made all my daughters to sign ‘true love waits’ cards and they would abstain untill the wedding night when they would produce these cards to their spouses. This can be achieved even today.”she said.

Below are the men that managed to brave the odds and marry off the President’s daughters;

  1. Edwin Karugire.

Edwin is the lucky man currently warming the first daughter, Natasha Museveni on chilly days.

Natasha is currently 44 years old, having been born in 1976.  Karugire is an extremely wealthy bussiness man and a practicing lawyer.

2. Odrek Rwabwogo.

The president’s second daughter, Patience Museveni is the lead pastor of Covenant Nation’s Church.

The 42 year old is married to Odrek Rwabwogo, a city mogul in Western uganda.

           3. Geoffrey Kamuntu.

Godfrey is the man who managed to steal the heart of the last born daughter of the Musevenis. Now 40 years old, Diana is an actress and wife to Geoffrey Kamuntu.

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