TRADITIONAL healer Sylvia Namutebi alias Maama Fiina has sensationally paraded a new man, just days after she revealed she was set to marry the best friend of her slain husband Major Muhammad Kiggundu.

In an audio recording listened to by this reporter, Maama Fiina confirmed early last week that all was set for her wedding to Hajji Ismail Kiyimba, Kiggundu’s best pal.

But in a strange twist of events, the traditional medicine practitioner has now paraded another man identified as Hajji Ismail Sseggujja.

Maama Fiina and Hajji Ismail Ssegujja

Maama Fiina and Hajji Ismail Ssegujja

Segujja insists that he is the right man

Segujja insists that he is the right man

In a fresh video recording, Maama Fiina confirms that Hajji Ssegujja is THE ONE. Ssegujja, on the other hand, insists that he is the right man for Maama Fiina.

The pair can also be seen together on a shopping spree.

Sources reveal that Ssegujja hails from Mbarara in western Uganda but is majorly

based in Dubai on kyeyo.

This latest development will come as a shock to many Ugandans.

In the first video, Maama Fiina had claimed that her slain husband’s Kiyimba would take care of her and her family. She said he would kick off from where murdered Kiggundu left off.


Maama Fiina’s husband Major Muhammad Kiggundu and his driver sergeant Steven Mukasa were shot dead along Masanafu Road on the 25th of November last year 2016.


Witnesses say that two motorcycles followed the Major’s car, a Toyota Hilux Pick Up Reg. No D03DF 071 and began shooting when they reached Masanafu Trading Centre. Kiggundu was on his way to Pearl FM for a morning talk show.


Witnesses say that the assailants shot one of the tyres of the car and it veered off into a trench. Kiggundu came out of the vehicle making it easy for the attackers to shoot him dead. His driver was also shot before he could reach for his AK 47 gun.


Then Maama Fiina said: “My Major was a gift from God and now he has left me alone.”


But she now insists she has recovered from Kiggundu’s death and is ready to move on, just close to a year after his death.









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