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By BigEyeUg Team
Young dance group, The Ghetto Kids’ Patricia Nabakooza has bagged a juicy gig as brand ambassador for singer Sheebah Karungi’s ‘Holic Pads’.
The good news crowning the young talented choreographer was shared on Wednesday afternoon by Sheebah herself.
The ‘Team No Sleep’ singer says there was no way she could miss-out working with Patricia bearing the fact that she has an outstanding work ethic and passion.
“True Leaders Don’t Just Create Followers. They Create More Leaders. Meet Our Holic Pads Ambassador Patricia Sitya Loss 💜 I Love Working With This Young Queen, Her Work Ethic & Passion Is Everything!,” Sheebah wrote.
Patricia has also kick-started her new job in high gear with words endorsing the use of Holic pads by the girl-child during the menstrual days.
“Every Girl, No Matter Where She Lives Deserves To Feel Comfortable During Her Red days. Have you used @holicpads Yet? What’s Your Experience?” stated Patricia.
Holic Pads are manufactured and sold under the ‘Nakyuka’ singer’s company, Sheebah Establishments.
Sheebah launched Holic pads earlier this year at Pearl of Africa Hotel witnessed by influential women in Uganda including; Barbie Kyagulanyi, Queen of Toro Best Kemigisha, Miss Uganda’s Brenda Nanyonjo, former Miss Uganda Brenda Abenakyo and many others.
At the event, Sheebah said she had been inspired by her past struggles to get pads to launch the business.
Rayvanny and Fahyma are blessed with a handsome baby boy called Jaydan and were living under the same roof until they parted ways.
The two have been in an on-and-off relationship that always left their fans wondering whether they are really an item.
Here are the screenshots as Fahyvanny accused her baby daddy of child neglect:
Kwa kukurahisishia sina mahusiano na wewe tena maana umenidanganya vya kutoshaa, endelea na hiyo familia yako mpya mimi na mtoto wangu tuwache, hatukuhusu kaa mbali na hao Malaya zako”
“Usinifanyue mtu mjinga Kwaajili ya Manufaa yako. Mimi nimekaa kimya kwa muda mrefu lakini inatosha siwezi tena kufanywa mjinga” said Fahyma in part.
“Nasema tena njia ya muongo ni fupi. Mtakapo sikia ukweli kutoka kwangu kila mtu ata wachukia wanaume”
Nilikuwa nikidanganywa kwa muda sasa ila inatosha siitaji kudanganywa tena baki na huyo huyo mimi staki tena, nitaendelea na Maisha yangu na mtoto wangu siitaji kifanywa mjinga tena. Naongea kifupi ila nitaongea kwa kirefu”
“Nimekubali kutukanwa kubeba maumivu yote nikijuwa navumilia kwa mtu ambae ni wa muhimu kwangu kumbe najidanganya mwenyewe. Imetosha sasa siwezi tenaa endlelea na huu mchezo ambayo hauna mwisho sitakii” added an angry Fahyma.
The mother of one also had a message for her replacement; “Na wewe unaejiona umepata labda nikwambie kitu, ujui chochote kile utaenda kufnaywa mjinga na mpumbavu mpka kufa kwako #Maliponihapahapaduniani”
She added that she was always overworked and would sleep at around 2:00 am.
When I gave birth and the baby made a year, my mum brought me to Kampala. I got a job as a housegirl in Makerere and started cooking. I worked for 6 months but I was never paid yet I was overworked and would sleep at around 2:00 am.
Nandujju opted to quit the job when her boss’ husband started hitting on her. When she left her work place, she was connected to a job at National Insurance Corporation Limited (NIC) as a tea girl.
While at the job, she met her ex-husband who worked there as an accountant by then unfortunately, the brokeup.
I left the house girl job in Makerere because the boss’ husband was hitting on me. Later on, I got a job at National Insurance Corporation Limited (NIC) as a tea girl and that’s how I met my ex-husband who worked there as an accountant at that time.