Hamzah in Nabbingo as Eddy Kenzo sends Rema a message
November 14, 2019 4:00 PM @ugandaonline
In his message to Rema, Eddy Kenzo wished her the very best and told her not tom mind about the haters who are only looking forward to the negatives...
Hamza being guarded by a bouncer before he set off for Nabbingo. Rema was also in green traditional outfit. Green is their theme colour for the Kwanjula while maroon was for the Kukyala
Rema Namakula's hubby, Dr. Hamzah Ssebunya has arrived in Nabbingo for the introduction ceremony of the year.
Rema's husband is clad in a green tuxedo and the official Kwanjula attire, the tunic or locally known as the Kanzu.
Kenzo who is currently in Dubai has sent his congratulatory message to Rema and within the first 30 minutes of posting, his message had 4,000 comments.
"My friend Rema, I dearly congratulate you upon reaching this special day as God had planned it for you and pray that you enjoy it greatly."
"I also pray that you close your ears to the negativity that surrounds us and always know for a fact that I am your true friend who wishes you well."
"Many won't like this because they prefer it the other way, but I believe in peaceful means, united we stand divided we fall."
"Congratulations to you and your husband and please enjoy because it is God who prepared this special day. Alhamdulillha, Asalam waleikum," Kenzo concluded.
Rema's first Kwanjula outfit
At the venue, no phone photos or videos are allowed except for a handful of scribes that were allowed, they are also working under strict instructions.
On arrival, guests park at a distance and then transfer into Super Custom vans that take them to the venue. You must have a card which in turn has to be verified by the IT team. It is from this point that you proceed to the security point for further screening.
"This is the day the Lord has made," Rema captioned her first Kwanjula pics that she shared.
A team was at site to verify the invitation cards to be sure they weed out flukers