Women asked to desist from humiliating their husbands

By Libino Byamukama


Hon Kamusiime Caroline Muhwezi, the Rukiga District Woman MP, has urged women to avoid humiliating their husbands in public if they want to have stable families.

This was revealed during the late Mzee James Jack Mwebeihi Baryamureeba’s burial ceremony, which was held at Nyakina village, Nyakagabagaba parish, Rwamucucu sub-county, Rukiga district.

Mzee James Jack Mwebeihi Baryamureeba was born in 1940 and died on January 5, 2022.

James was a partner at JJMB & Co. as an Accountants, Auditors, Tax and Management Consultants from 1993 until 2015 when he retired from active duty.

Hon Kamusiime Caroline Muhwezi, speaking to the mourners, said that when God opens the door, no one closes it, and vice versa.

Caroline stated that she spends the majority of her time in Rukiga District working as a lawyer, addressing women’s issues.

Caroline stated that, while the president granted women more rights, he never granted them the right to family violence in their homes.

They should also lower them when they are at home.

The legislator went on to say that even if the husband is a drunk or sells property at home, the wife must protect his name in public because God knows she is capable of dealing with him.

She also urged women to always defend their husbands when they fail to pay school fees in front of their children.