Ssebunya’s family to back out of Wedding due to uncertainties surrounding Rema’s pregnancy

Shortly after news broke out that celebrated local singer Rema Namakula had dumped her longtime boyfriend and father of her daughter Edrisa Musuuza a.k.a Eddy Kenzo, the same reports pinned her for being pregnant for Dr. Sebunya, a no-nonsense Gynecologist who snatched her from Kenzo’s hands.

It is reported that Rema was already been in an intimate relationship with Sebunya at the time she was still at Kenzo’s home in Seguku.

If this is indeed true this could only mean that Rema was seeing both Kenzo and Sebunya at the same time

As such it is alleged that  Sebunya’s Sengas are in serious doubt over the paternity of Rema’s rumored pregnancy and their lack of trust in her have thrown a black cloud in the introduction preparations

A source tipped us that Rema is fighting tooth and nail to prove to the family that she is indeed pregnant for Sebunya. 

”Kitufu mbu ba senga bomusajja bemulugunya…they don’t know what is the truth about her pregnancy and the person responsible…Mbu era they had a meeting recently nga belumaluma” an insider revealed.

Rema and Sebunya are set to make their relationship official come the 14th of November but doubts over her pregnancy could put the whole function in jeopardy.

Should Rema have stayed with Kenzo?

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