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Media
personality Andrew Kyamagero has revealed on why he opted for a civil marriage
rather than church marriage as he made it official with his wife Linda Ndagire.

Mr and Mrs. Kyamagero shortly after exchanging their marriage vows at the Registrar General’s office

According to
Kyamagero, churches have a lot of fees to pay yet in the civil setting a few
charges are suggested.

“Civil marriage
helps in cutting down costs that would be spent on paying ridiculous church
fees, like decorations, church choir and priest fees among others,” Kyamagero
said.

Besides,
with the revelations he has heard from close friends who say churches always
forget to secure marriage certificates for the couples he says his decision to
opt for the civil marriage was the best.

Mr and Mrs. Kyamagero

“Many of my
friends who have gone through church marriage have found that their
certificates were not registered by URSB (Uganda Registration Services Bureau),
therefore to avoid all that drama, I decided to do it once with civil
marriage,” he said.

Nevertheless,
the NTV News Anchor says his decision doesn’t reflect anything do with
disbelief in religion. He confirms that he is a born again Christian while his
wife is an Anglican.

The Kyamageros

 Speaking on his choice of donning roman
costumes on his wedding that happened over the weekend, he said; “the Romans
inspired us with their strength and mantras to conquer.” He adds that he had to
pull off a fresh look that is not common in most of Ugandan ceremonies.

Mr and Mrs. Kyamagero clad in their Roman wedding attires

“Suits have been the norm on all Ugandan ceremonies, I had to give a new look to that,” he said.

Comedian Salvado arriving for the wedding

The invited wedding guests arrived for the ceremony clad in Roman attires that left many applauding the Kyamageros’ for changing the wedding norm.

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