- Mujuni disclosed he met the love of his life while on campus back in 2017 and expressed his interest in her in 2018
- The couple said "I do" at a colourful wedding on 22 February this year after getting engaged in 2019
- According to the man, their union was surrounded by a lot of challenges as many of their friends asked Catherine not to marry him due to his condition
A man who became disabled a few years after birth has for the first time opened up on the struggles he and his wife went through before getting married.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Asaph Mujuni and Catherine Katusiime solemnised their marriage on February 22, 2020, at St Matthew Cathedral Kyamate in Uganda.
Speaking to My Wedding, Mujuni disclosed that their friends had advised Catherine not to marry him due to his disability.
"Because I have a disability, some people used to discourage Catherine from accepting to marry me. They instead were telling her to break up with me but fortunately, she did not listen to them," said the man.
Mujuni said he met his better half on campus back in 2017 and only made his interest in her known in 2018.
"After completing university at Bishop Stuart University in Mbarara, I went to study Bachelor's of Divinity in UCU-Bishop Barham University in Kabale District. That is where I met Catherine in 2017. I did not disclose my interest in her until 2018 as I was first studying her character and praying about it," narrated the man.
According to Catherine, they had promised to get married after finishing campus and she kept praying for him.
The couple disclosed that friends and family supported them with their wedding plans and contributed money as well.
In other news, it was reported the story of Reverend Lucy Natasha who said she was called to preach at the age of nine. According to the flashy pastor, she received inspiration from her mom and grandmother, who were also pastors.
The beauty revealed that she was born and raised up in slums, adding growing up in poverty pushed her to pursue her dreams.
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