Sunday, October 27 2013
Princess Ruth Komuntale's husband, Christopher Thomas has come out to say that hackers got into his facebook profile and used it to hurl bitter words to the princess of Tooro.
"I will not go into detail of how someone got my password but things happen and God bless them for all this. We learn and forgive," was Christopher's message to the scammers.
It was widely believed that the the royal couple was no more but Chris and Ruth don't believe in divorce and today being a Sunday, he simply asked everyone who believed in them to include them in their prayers.
"Is Ruth and I over? We are married and God willing we will stay that way. I don’t believe in divorce and Ruth feels the same way. The big thing is long distance is a B and you have to be a strong person for that. Are we strong? time will tell, but I thank you for reading, understand and praying for Ruth and I."
In his message, he concludes that not because he's not wearing his wedding ring that it means all is not well in their camp:
"Just because people change their names on facebook and don't wear rings everyday doesn’t mean things are bad it just means we like to change up. So today is Sunday and I ask everyone to forgive, forget, and let God. Say a prayer for Ruth and I as everyone wanted this marriage to work and God wiling it will. Thanks Duke Christopher Amooti Thomas”
The royal couple will be celebrating their second anniversary next month. The official facebook page for the princess is currently off while Chris has reactivated his account which had been pulled down after it being flooded with posts of those who were firing back.
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