Dennis Namara is the senior advisor on youth Affairs on Saturday wedded his longtime fiancée Rebecca Kyarisima.
Mr. Namara wedded M/s Rebbecca Kyarimpa at St. Mary’s Kagadi catholic parish in Kagadi town council at a service presided over by Bishop Emeritus Rt. Rev. Edward Baharagate and later hosted his guests at his home at Rutete town board in Buyaga west constituency Kibale district.
Mr. Dennis Namara is a son to Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Bindeeba of Rutete Kibale district while Rebecca Kyarimpa is a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Musiimenta of Kiyanga in Rukungiri municipality.
The President congratulated the newlywed couple whom he said had made a big step towards what it takes to having a family and making life meaningful.
He noted that to make life meaningful one had to marry, have children and work and generate resources that can sustain the family.
He said that by getting married at their youthful age the couple had made a good start.
He used the occasion to thank the people of Kibale for embracing unity and harmonious living and avoiding the tribal conflicts that had characterized the district in the past.
He told the congregation that the major challenge to Ugandans is how to boost income at household level and appealed to all leaders to always guide the citizens on how to work and generate enough income especially through modern agriculture that produces for consumption and for the market.
He said that for Kibale district, families should be advised to grow coffee, fruits, dairy farming and poultry, a combination of these he said would generate enough income for the family.
On the reported threat of eviction of the immigrants from the land in Kibale due to lack of title deeds, the President assured them of their stay and said that government would avail them with the needed legal documents to guarantee their stay noting that the people who came to Kibale from other parts of Uganda were not refugees but rather migrants and must be treated as such.
On the demand for the creation of a new district of Kagadi from Kibaale district, the President said that though government had halted the creation of new districts, the need for the new district of Kagadi was justifiable for Kibaale is geographically very big but that Government needed time to explain to others that Kagadi was an exceptional case for justified reasons.
The Prime Minister of Uganda Mr. Amama Mbabazi described Mr. Dennis Namara as an admirable character, a team leader and an excellent youth leader. He told the couple that marriage is good but cautioned them to love each other at all times and appreciate and accept each other the way they are and forgive each other at all times.
Mr. Namara thanked the President and the Prime minister for gracing his wedding with their presence. He particularly thanked the President for trusting him and appointing him his advisor on youth matters and pledged to use his office well for the better of the youth of Uganda and for his home area of Kibale.
The Parents of the couple urged them to love each other at all times noting that love was the most important thing in marriage. They also advised them to always trust each other and to know the right people to talk to when they have problems in their marriage and be honest.