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Mama Fiina acquires British Citizenship to join new husband

Slyvia Namutebi, commonly known as Mama Fiina, has announced that she is now a British citizen.
The celebrity traditional healer recently remarried Ismail Ssegujja, a British national of Ugandan origin, with whom she now wants to stay.
The healer made the announcement while flagging off 100 Radio Simba listeners for a six-day tour of the United Arab Emirates on November 15th. The Dubai-based business woman, who also executed a Shs540 Million security bond to guarantee the return of the radio fans from Dubai, assured them that she will, next year, take them to the United Kingdom where she has recently acquired citizenship.
Mama Fiina says that her new husband, Mr Ssegujja, has already processed her papers together with those of her daughter, Nangobi Safiina.

Mama Fiina


Mama Fina went on to brag that although her education journey ended in primary three, she is now a respected business woman in Dubai.
“I am a living testimony that it is possible for any focused person to succeed if they work hard to achieve their desires. I am now a globe trotter despite my low education,” she said.
The Shs540 million security bond she executed for each of the 100 Radio fans is meant to ensure that if any of them disappears in Dubai, the money will be used to look for that person for deportation. She says if all of them behave well during this trip, next year she will invite them to visit her new country the United Kingdom.

Mama Fina and husband Ismail Ssegujja on their wedding day. FILE PHOTO

She urged Ugandans to Ugandans to begin saving money to travel for holidays outside the country
“Most of these people have never been to Entebbe or the airport but we encouraged them to save money for this trip four years ago and here they are travelling today,” he said.
Earlier this year, Mama Fiina married Mr Ismail Ssegujja after her husband, Maj Mohammad Kigundu, was murdered last year.

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