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Unveiling the True Identity of Kabanda Hamza, The Mysterious New Man Chewing Faridah Nakazibwe

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Faridah Nakazibwe & New man
Faridah Nakazibwe & New man

Information as fresh as morning breeze has reached Celeb Patrol revealing the true identity of the mystery man currently chewing NTV Mwasuze Mutya presenter Faridah Nakazibwe.

Yesterday, social media was awashed with pictures and news of Faridah Nakazibwe’s new lover with fans congratulating and cautioning the presenter about her relationship.

Information reaching us however reveals the true identity of this new man chewing Nakazibwe’s sumbie.

According to Ray Superstar, a renown blogger, Nakazibwe and Kabanda Innocent Hamza’s relationship is accelerating at a very high tempo to the extent that within just a few months, the guy has already converted from Christianity to Islam.

The guy has always gone by birth names of Kabanda Vincent, but after switching to Islam he will go by names of Kabanda Hamza, henceforth. It is Faridah that suggested the ‘HAMZA’ name

 

Faridah Nakazibwe & New man
Faridah Nakazibwe & New man

Kabanda Hamza, formerly Kabanda Vincent, is a moderately educated guy in his mid 30’s. He comes from a well off family; his father Kabanda Samuel is one of the prominent businessmen in Ndeeba.

Kabanda Hamza has no wealth of his own, yet, so he spends much of his time managing his father’s real estate businesses in Kampala and Mityana.

Rumor also has it that Nakazibwe and Hamza and both families are planning to officially make their union official on a yet to be chosen date in August this year.

Kabanda Hamza
Kabanda Hamza

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