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Woman busted after juggling men for 10 years
Publish Date: Jun 13, 2014
Woman busted after juggling men for 10 years
Nanteza run out of luck playing men for money.
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By Joseph Mutebi

A woman has finally been busted after juggling men for a period of ten years using her two children.

Rachel Nanteza who also calls herself Rebecca Namazzi’s luck run out when she dragged one of her men, Ronald Kibirige to the Kampala Central Family Division offices for not giving her child support.

Peter Mayanja, who heads the Division summoned Kibirige who turned up with documents proving the contrary. He however, said he had stopped giving child support after stumbling upon documents showing that one of his children, bore a birth certificate showing her father was another man.

“Last week l stumbled upon a birth certificate showing that my girl child (name withheld) was a child of Steven Kizito, a trader at Maria’s Galeria,” Kibirige said.

He said he called Kizito and informed him that since 2009 he had known the child as his and had been supporting her. Fortunately a DNA test proved the child was indeed his.

Kibirige said he met Nanteza in 2009 and had two children.

He however, noted that whenever she went to hospital to deliver she never allowed him there.

He said in December 2013 she took the children for baptism but never returned.

Later she only returned the boy. He learnt that she in fact had taken the girl child for baptism at Kizito’s, where she was also given another maiden name.

Kizito , on his part, said he met Nanteza in 2004 in Busega, five years before Kibirige!

“One day in 2007 I was at work when she called and told me she was leaving me. When I got home she had swept the house clean,” Kizito said.

“In 2009 she called saying she wanted to get back and she did, but only to leave after two weeks,” he said.

“She called me after sometime and told me she was pregnant with my child and all this time I have been giving her sh270,000 monthly as child support .

Nanteza though confirmed that Kibirige is the father of her children, but said she was only trying to make ends meet.

The Family Division forwarded their case to court.

 

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