The Uganda Police is still confused on the next course of action in the matter of an aborted marriage in which the would be husband went missing on the D-Day.
Although the man on the spot, Dr. Mbusa Kabagambe (pictured above) resurfaced on Sunday, now the lady, Kobusingye Christabella Banturakicannot be located.
All Kobusingye’s known phone contacts were off and immediate relatives indicated they didn’t know where she had gone.
Kampala metropolitan police deputy spokesperson, Luke Owoyesigyire said on Tuesday they were waiting for Ms Banturaki to record a statement with detectives to determine the next course of the case but she could not be traced.
The man at the centre of controversy for missing on the day of his wedding spoke out on Sunday saying “I needed time off to clear my head following a very stressful period”
Dr. Kabagambe had been reported as missing on Saturday by his would-be wife, Kobusingye Christabella who told police she was worried that ‘my husband can’t be traced at our wedding day”.
But in a message on Sunday, Dr. Kabagambe said “there was no picking up of the bride, no guests were expected to turn up. I cancelled the wedding on Thursday 8th April, 2021. All key stakeholders had been made aware of my intentions.”
Kabagambe in his message further stated that he was surprised and shocked to read “malicious statements” circulating social media platforms that he had disappeared on the eve of his wedding day.
On Saturday Ms Kobusingye lodged a complaint at Kasangati police station and stated that she was worried that all known phone numbers for Dr. Mwasa were off.
- The card inviting guests at the wedding and reception. Photo Courtsey
- Dr. Kabagambe. Photo Courtsey“He went missing in a motor vehicle UBH 905X on our wedding day,” Kobusingye told police and she was issued with police reference SD REF 22/10/04/2021.
“The family is stuck with the wedding reception. Patriots, let’s assist trace the suspect /victim,” Kobusingye told police.
The matrimonial ceremony was supposed to take place at All Saints cathedral, Nakasero while the reception was planned at Silver Springs Hotel in Bugolobi.
But in Sunday’s message, Dr. Kabagambe said that “Friends and family, l am alive and I simply took off much needed time off to clear my head following a very stressful period”
“I would like to make it clear that no wedding took place in the first place. I would also like to make it clear that at no point had I disappeared nor was I kidnapped to warrant such a malicious message,” the doctor stated
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