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Winnie Nwagi’s Baby Daddy wants access to their daughter

Man Jose Kayima 

Stuggling singer Bizzy George Nateete, the baby daddy of renowned Winnie Nwagi, has today made headlines after storming her residence demanding to see their daughter, Valerie Destiny Mirembe Ssewaati, whom he claims he hasn’t seen in years.
The incident, captured in a viral video, saw Bizzy being chased away with sticks before police intervened to remove him from the premises.

Winnie Nakwanwagi, popularly known as Winnie Nwagi, has previously spoken about her baby daddy’s reluctance to be involved in their daughter’s life, attributing it to fear. Nwagi, who met Bizzy during her form six vacation, recounted how their relationship led to the birth of Destiny Mirembe. Despite their history, Nwagi has asserted that Bizzy has not played a significant role in raising their child.

Following his release from police custody, Bizzy took to social media to share his side of the story, painting a vivid narrative of their past relationship and his desire to reconnect with his daughter. In a lengthy post, he expressed his frustration with Nwagi’s alleged reluctance to allow him access to their child, emphasizing that his only wish is to be a part of his daughter’s life.

“A few years back, I fell in love with a beautiful woman called Nakanwagi Winnie (Mamy Destiny) abaangi gwemumanyi nga Winnie Nwagi. I was still studying, nga ye ali mu s6 vac. She got pregnant netuzaala omwana waffe ayitibwa Destiny Mirembe Ssewatti. Oluvanyuma, bingi ebyatuukawo wakati waffe, munange oyo nanyiigira bubi era netwawukana. Yasigaza omwana, naye nga ngenda nemulabako era nemuwa ne care. Wayitawo ebbanga, Mamy Destiny, (Winnie Nwagi) nafuuka star, ne sente nakwaata, which is OK. Okuva olwo yangaananga okulaba ku mwana, ne mawulire nanjogeraangako nga wesili wa buvunanyibwa.

“I decided to stay silent, yensonga lwaki abantu bangi including many friends, babadde tebamanyi nti Destiny is my child. Jjuuzi, I went to see my daughter, Nwagi called police and got me arrested as seen in the video circulation on social media. Many pipo are asking me why I want to take the baby away from her mother, ekyo ssi kituufu, ALL I WANT IS TO HAVE ACCESS TO MY DAUGHTER. THAT’S IT,” he wrote.

The incident has sparked debate on social media, with many weighing in on the complexities of co-parenting and the rights of fathers to be involved in their children’s lives.

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