More truth about Faridah Nakazibwe’s love life is slowly making its way onto social media as online critics keep digging deep to unveil new secrets.
Current reports have it that Nakazibwe’s husband or ex-husband ‘doctor’ Umar (Omar) Ssali has never been a doctor, but a conman who came into Nakazibwe’s life to defraud the TV presenter.
Its said that Ssali works as a luggage lifter at Dubai International Airport, and he isn’t as rich as he made Nakazibwe believe, for he earns between Shs1.3m to Shs1.7m monthly, plus free shelter and transport.
Ssali is employed in the cargo department of the airport, where he is assigned to make sure that client’s luggage reach their destination in good shape.
This former couple, ‘Nakazibwe and Ssali’ got married in 2018, in a secret wedding that happened in Dubai, but the marriage didn’t last for so long after the Mwasuze Mutya show host realising that her new hubby wasn’t after her lover but rather money.
Truth about Nakazibwe’s failed marriage life was first exposed by her former co-worker and nemesis Justine Nameere, who revealed how Umar created several Facebook accounts to blackmail his wife into giving him money.
Nameere narrated that Umar made Nakazibwe believe that many women were after him, something that forced the mother of two to start attacking several women to back off her man.
But after starting several verbal fights and even surrendering money to the blackmailer, Nakazibwe later realised that her loving husband was the person behind the fake pages.
“One day Umar forgot to lock his phone and boom, she sees all these screen shots coming from his phone to hers. She recognised that they were the same numbers that used to blackmail her for money. I empathize with you that you were gullible enough to be fooled, a simple crook got you into unnecessary clashes with different people,” Nameere shared over the weekend.
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