VOX POP: Would you live with your in-laws?

“It seems to be hard to stay with your in-laws but holding other factors constant I would stay with them and give them due respect as any other family member from my side.” Alex Kambada
L-R ( Top row): Alex Kambada, Wilberforce Muhozi, Monica Nyakato, Amanda Kamanzi. L-R( Bottom row):  Faith Amolo Alaba,Dauphine Mutoni, Veronica Tindichebwa ,  Sophie Ingabire
L-R ( Top row): Alex Kambada, Wilberforce Muhozi, Monica Nyakato, Amanda Kamanzi. L-R( Bottom row): Faith Amolo Alaba,Dauphine Mutoni, Veronica Tindichebwa , Sophie Ingabire

“It seems to be hard to stay with your in-laws but holding other factors constant I would stay with them and give them due respect as any other family member from my side.”
Alex Kambada

 “I wouldn’t mind staying with in-laws because when two people get married to each other they become one family. So I look at them as my own family.”
Wilberforce Muhozi

 “I can’t stay with my in-law because I think when you get married you need more privacy than before and when you are staying with your in-law it becomes hard to achieve.”
Monica Nyakato

 

 “I wouldn’t buy the idea of staying with my in-laws because to some extent there are some inconveniences that they cause and it can affect your marriage. Athough it’s not all in-laws that negatively affect your relationship.”
Amanda Kamanzi

“I wouldn’t stay with them, because if it’s a relationship, it’s about two people. When you stay with family and friends it becomes a little too much to handle.”
Faith Amolo Alaba

 

“I wouldn’t mind staying with my in-laws because its one thing that would please my husband to see myself associating with my in-laws rather than distancing myself from them.”
Dauphine Mutoni

 

“Yes I would but I would not adjust anything for them. I do exactly what I want and how I want to. I did not get married to the whole clan!”
Veronica Tindichebwa

 

 “No man is an island. I would stay with them because marriage doesn’t mean a husband and wife only. It goes beyond the two of you in order for it to be called a family.”
Sophie Ingabire

 

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