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Nakazibwe: NRM’s Kigongo Threatening My Husband

NTV Uganda news anchor, no rx http://chaosoffroad.com/wp-content/plugins/cyclone-slider-2/views/import-step-3.php Faridah Nakazibwe has expressed concern at the threats hulled by National Resistance Movement Vice Chairperson, prostate Alhaji Moses Kigongo to her husband, adiposity Dr. Omar Ssali.

Nakazibwe who is currently in Dubai, fled the country together with her husband, days to their wedding, which was slated to take place in Masaka. The two would later wed in Dubai.

ChimpReports broke  the news of the ‘Kigongo fear’ that caused the Mwasuze Mutya host’s husband to flee to Middle East.

Barely 10 days after their wedding, Nakazibwe has revealed that Hajji Kigongo is yet to let her go, and that he is continuously threatening her husband through phone calls.

“Hajji Kigongo knows exactly what went wrong and that is why he cannot call me directly but continues to call my husband, [Dr. Ssali] threatening him,” she wrote in a statement.

“I have audio proof that the big man Kigongo has been calling and threatening Omar. It is out of respect for Hajji’s position in society that I chose not to counter the malicious allegations in the hope that the storm would calm down,” Nakazibwe added.

She trashed reports that she is still in possession of property that was given to her by the NRM boss, saying that she returned everything he (Kigongo) had bought for her.

“I gladly handed over his only property I had – a Land Cruiser Prado UAV 305K,” Nakazibwe said.

“I dare Hajji Kigongo to sincerely come out and prove to the world that he gave me anything else like a house or huge sums of money like it is alleged. I dare him,” she added.

Nakazibwe explained that she was in a relationship with Kigongo for over six months but later decided to end it for reasons based on character.

“When the big man approached me, I listened. He sounded mature and I gave him the benefit of doubt, hoping that it would work out. Eventually, I realised that he wanted a wife but was reluctant to marry [one]. I also realised he wanted to use me to get back at his estranged wife [Uganda National Chamber of Commerce boss, Olive Kigongo] and my leaving him meant embarrassment on his part.”

“It was a relationship that lasted close to six months and the major reasons for its breakdown bordered more on character. How he treated a partner with whom he had spent over 25 years and raised children with shocked me, to say the least, especially when he asked her out of their house [in Kololo] and seriously wanted me to [move into] it.”

“When he shamelessly asked his wife to prove to court that they were officially married, I thought twice; if he could do that to the mother of his children, I did not know what shocker he would have for me. That is the major reason I cut that tie. That, and a few others.”

“We talked; I communicated my fears and informed him I did not want to push on because I realised it was a big shoe I innocently tried to fit in,” she said.

Nakazibwe revealed that she met her husband Omar, months after she had cut ties with Kigongo and denied that she ever got married to him (Kigongo)

She said that Kigongo had earlier been harassing her husband (Omar), a reason that forced the two to get out of the country.

“We opted for a Nikah out of town, to cut the attention and tension. The Nikah [in Dubai] was conducted by Sheikh Muhammad Luggya, the Imam of Hamad bin Sultan masjid in Al Hamriyah.
It was witnessed by very few friends, family and leaders of the mosque with whom we shared a meal later at the Radisson Hotel.”

“I was shocked to learn three days later from the presiding sheikh that someone from Uganda called, blaming him for wedding a married woman.”

“I dare Hajji Kigongo through pictorial evidence or any document to prove that I am in any way married to him. It has been a long fight we have kept under wraps, hoping that hajji will move on since he is married, like it is alleged.”


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