Ramaphosa pays 100 cattle dowry for son in Uganda
By Web Master
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has led a team of his family to Uganda this weekend to pay 100 herds of cattle as dowry for his son, Andile.
The hyped dowry is said to consist of 100 herds of cattle and other assortment of gifts that are supposed to be given to a family of a Ugandan presidential contender.
The bride-to-be, 37-year-old Rwakairu Bridget, is niece to former Uganda Prime Minister and presidential candidate Amama Mbabazi.
According to Nairobi News, the Bridget, who is a year older than the father to her child, Andile, met whilst studying at a university in Beijing, China.