Faridah Nakazibwe reportedly relocates to Canada

Man Jose Kayima

Former NTV Uganda news anchor Faridah Nakazibwe has joined a long list of Ugandans to leave the country.

Reports on Saturday evening indicate that Nakazibwe is left for Canada.

In September last year, Nakazibwe resigned at Nation Media Group where she had been working since 2006.

She now joins a host of renowned and established public figures who have over the years decided to leave the country and head overseas in search of greener pastures

Nakazibwe was born to the late Shakib Ssenyonjo and Sarah Ssenyonjo, in what is present-day Sembabule District.

She attended Kisozi Boarding Primary School, in Gomba District and Bwala Primary School in Masaka. She also studied at Taibah High School, in Kawempe, where she obtained her High School Diploma. She then went on to the Islamic University in Uganda, in Mbale, graduating with a Bachelor of Mass Communication.

She previously worked at the now defunct WBS Television as a reporter. Two years later, she transferred to NTV Uganda.

Nakazibwe was married to Omar Ssali but they parted ways sometime in 2020. She is the mother of two daughters, whose father is Engineer Dan Nankunda whom she met at the defunct WBS Television. For a period of less than one year, Nakazibwe had a temporary romantic relationship with Al Hajji Moses Kigongo, the vice chairperson of the ruling National Resistance Movement political party in Uganda. She ended that relationship sometime in 2015.

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