She Was A Class Representative—James Asaba & Deborah

Asaba James and Twinomujuni Deborah via mikolo

By Robert K James

When James Asaba, an entrepreneur was first directed to Twinomujuni Deborah for assistance during his days at University, it did not occur to him that the two of them would end up as husband and wife just a couple of years later.

Asaba, the founder of Asaba Legacy Company Limited, a company that deals in printing and branding among other things met his wife Deborah, a senior Policy Analyst at Makerere University.

“We met in 2010 at Makerere University. She was a class representative and I had a problem with some course unit called Introduction to Mathematics for Economists, they directed me to her for help,” Asaba told Mikolo.

Having known her on a friendly level since their days at the university, they dated for about one year before he asked for her hand in marriage on 17th November 2015 and the two lovebirds had their kukyala on 22nd April 2016.

Four months later, Deborah hosted James at her parents’ home in “Bukomansimbi Town on 30th July 2016” for their traditional wedding.

He reciprocated the lovely gesture as he walked Deborah down the aisle on 6th August of the same year in a beautiful white wedding.

The couple, who have since been blessed with two handsome boys exchanged their vows at St. Francis Chapel Makerere, had a photo shoot at Bahai temple gardens before proceeding to their reception at Watoto church Gardens in Kyengera.

What do you like most about your spouse?

Her passion for God, I like her dimples, she is beautiful, intelligent, open-minded and kind.

How was the planning process for you as a couple?

We started preparations early, we did everything together and we opened a joint account. God blessed us through our friends, workmates and family members who contributed to the cause.

Did you have any wedding meetings, and if so, how many were they?

Yes we had them at Papyrus Terrace, they were 8 in total.

Where did you go for your honeymoon and how was your experience?

We went to fort portal town and Kasese visited many places like Tooro Palace, hot spring etc. It was a thrilling magical experience, something completely adventurous

What advice would you wish to share with couples planning to get married?

Marriage is work. You need to invest time, emotions and money in your relationship. Desire to learn something new about successful marriages. Don’t stop at some point to treat your spouse with kindness.

Asaba James and Twinomujuni Deborah via mikolo



Post Vendor Details

Service providers

Décor & Cake: Devine Mercy Decorators, Kawempe-Maganjo

Salon & makeup: Beauty Parlour at Maria Galleria

Groom: Da Saloon, Wandegeya

Wedding gown, changing dress and bridesmaids dresses: Unique Bridals

Rings: Dana Jewellers, Mutasa Kafeero

Photography: Afrique Events (Wedding) & Swan Photography (Introduction)

Wedding transport: We hired friends cars that suited our needs

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