Ugandan lawmaker, Paul Musoke who last year married the country’s gospel songstress, Judith Babirye, want the public to stop talking about his marital affairs saying they should leave it to him.
Musoke who made the remarks in a brief conversation with our reporter saying only him will handle the matter
“Leave issues of generals to generals,” Musoke, the Buikwe North MP said.
When pressed to comment on reports that he was introduced by his first wife, Lukia “Nalongo” Nantale, Paul insisted on leaving the issue to him.
Social media has been awash with reports that the legislator had been introduced by Lukia over the weekend at her family home at an invite-only function with reported heavy security.
Last year, he was also introduced by Judith Babirye, the queen of gospel music in Uganda, at a colorful ceremony.
Babirye, now the woman MP representing Buikwe, landed in Paul’s arms from her marriage to Pastor Samuel Niiwo.
The singer-turned politician is said to be in Canada where she traveled recently to give birth according to reports.
Babirye was not available for a comment on the news that her hubby had been introduced by his ex.
In January 2017, Babirye filed for divorce, saying their marriage was stormy and characterised by sadness owing to what she describes as Niiwo’s cruel, erratic, violent behaviour and lack of respect to the sanctity of their marriage.