Monday, October 27 2014
Last Friday, radio consultant, Joel Isabirye survived being stabbed as he explained; "This morning someone tried to stab me with a knife and I was lucky to survive. Those who slept praying for me your prayers worked. I have sent messages to a few people who if anything happens to me soon will know who did it."
The couple that made headlines using a helicopter on their intro and wedding last year have a month and a few days to mark their first anniversary. Joel has had a string of failed relationships but friends and family are praying for them to at least make one year after their wedding.
Rebecca has since been hauled up in prayer; "No weapon formed against me shall prosper, Am not afraid anymore."
Joel resorts to parables to drive his point home.
"I used to have a friend called Derrick in primary school. If he did wrong he would cry louder than the one he wronged. All of a sudden everyone would sympathize with him and forget that he did something very wrong. Sometimes tears play a big role in hiding the bad things people do."
As all that was going on, his other ex-lover, Ritah Kaggwa shared a pic of Joel cruising in a taxi with this caption; "Mbu Yagendela mu Chopper ate Nakomelawo mu Taxi, life can be unpredictable, let's keep on praying for each other."
Joel - "If a point needs to be made I will charter another helicopter to a friend's wedding next month, perhaps it could signal that taxis, choppers and the tx i love and hold dear are still forms of transport."
Ritah Love Kaggwa - "I use public means to save money for your sons's milk and nappies, doesn't make sense drive or a hire a chopper when I can't own a house back home."
Joel and Ritah were told to get a room or better still take their exchanges of social networks, but Joel said that it's unlikely as he is 'happily married'.
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