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Inside Sheilah Gashumba’s Shs3m Valentine’s Day gift to boyfriend God’s Plan

Sheilah Gashumba and God’s Plan. COURTESY PHOTO

What could Shs3million do for you? Well, it can start a good business, you could acquire a small plot of land, it can pay school fees in some schools for a year and you can rent a house or buy a motorcycle with it.

But to media personality Shielah Gashumba, that amount could only get her a purse, a blazer, a pair of trousers and pair of shoes.

READ: I am not leaving my man for you wild dogs: Sheilah Gashumba assures haters

She bought these items a few days back during Valentine’s Day for her boyfriend Ali Lwanga who is commonly known as God’s Plan.

Sheila Gashumba shared this photo on her Facebook page with the caption: With my best friend talking about God, goals and growth

Sheila bought the items at Abryanz collection on Garden City and it’s Bryan Ahumuza, the owner of the shop who unveiled this amount.

You might be wondering why these little items cost this much but they are all brands.
According to Bryan, the NTV Style project presenter bought an Original Louis Vuitton Men’s Purse at Shs1,260,000, a checkered blazer at Shs720,000, Chino pants worth Shs350,000 and a pair of shoes at Shs850,000.

Before the shopping, God’s Plan had surprised Shielah Gashumba with a surprise birthday party worth millions.

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