The marriage of a top manager at ENHAS (Entebbe Handling Services) now NAS has hit the rocks after he was found in bed making love to his wife’s married young sister.
The ENHAS Station Manager based in Entebbe, Mr. Kenneth Beinomugisha’s marriage is reportedly on the verge of collapse over the extra marital affair.
Beinomugisha was last month found in bed with the young sister of his wife. Interestingly, the wife’s sister is married as well.
What’s more interesting is it’s the husband of the wife’s sister who caught them in the act.
The adulterous couple, close family sources tell us, has mainly been meeting at Athena Hotel in Bugolobi for intense and hot sex.
He is said to enjoy Woman on Top sex style while with his wife’s sister. The family source adds that the cheating pair have been at it for over a year. The illegal romance started sometime at the height of Covid-19 when Beinomugisha was idle following closure of the airport.
“He would meet the lady and she blows him off with hot sex. Hot sex he didn’t get from the mother of his kids,” the source is quoted.
However their cheating luck ran out last month on 21st when the adulterous couple was nabbed pants down at their Bugolobi hideout.
“She was on top,” we are told.
A family meeting was immediately convened to discipline the cheating pair.
Beinomugisha’s wife, Mercy, is said to be devastated.
Meanwhile we hear Beinomugisha arrogantly offered the wife’s sister’s husband Shs5 million as compensation for ‘using his wife without permission.’
The money was rejected.
Beinomugisha refused to comment.
Who is Beinomugisha?
Kenneth Bainomugisha, a well known individual among the aviation fraternity at Entebbe International Airport, joined NAS(formerly ENHAS), Uganda’s leading airport handling company, in a newly created position as Station Manager some years ago.
Kenneth can look back at a long and distinguished career at Uganda’s main international gateway, where for the last six years he served initially as Passenger Services Agent before being promoted in 2014 to Deputy Station Manager at Brussels Airlines.
While at Brussels Airlines in Entebbe he and the airline’s team accomplished a 100 percent on time dispatch record in 2017 with over 300 flights, earning them the ‘Best Station’ award from Brussels Airlines.
He holds a master’s degree in Public Health Disaster Management from Makerere University and a number of other qualifications.
Previously, he worked for 5 years with ENHAS, 2 years with Ethiopian Airlines and 6 years at Brussels Airlines where he was a Deputy Station Manager.
“My most recent achievement at Brussels Airlines was being part of a team that achieved 100% on time performance for the years 2017 where more than 300 flights were dispatched from Entebbe with no delay ranking the Station the Best Overall in the entire Brussels Airlines Network,” he said some time back.
But it’s his current posting as Station Manager
where he will be responsible for a large team of staff, given that NAS, formerly known as ENHAS, is Entebbe’s largest handling company by far and leading airlines keen on quality service.
He is responsible for managing station operations such as ramp operations, passenger services and cargo operations to ensure organizational effectiveness.
He is described as exemplary in the aviation circles.
This is clearly not the case regarding family matters.
More details on this story to follow….