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VIDEO: Anita Fabiola’s Daddy threatens to take own Life

Anitah Fabiola is once again on the spot after a video of her calling his own father a coward and pupu leaked

Renowned photographer Mathias Mugisha who happens to be the father to socialite Anitah Fabiola has threatened to take her own life hours after a disagreement with her daughter.

According to close friends, Mugisha has been put on suicide watch after his suicidal posts on Facebook.

Mugisha revealed he is tired of working for ungrateful people. The children have adamantly refused to give respect to him and he has no option other than to put an end to his life.

“I have to end my suffering with this from my own children and their mentors. I can’t work for over 20 Ungrateful people, I have reached the end” he posted.

Mathias also wonders who is Mark Ronald, the boyfriend to her daughter.
“Who is Mark Ronald Mubiru? ” he wrote.

This all seems Fabiola hasn’t introduced the boyfriend to his Daddy and Family.

Earlier audio has been trending on Social media in which Fabiola compares the Daddy to a dog and wondered if he is her real father.

Fabiola and Boyfriend Mark Ronald

Anitah Fabiola Biography

Anita Kyarimpa is better known as Anita Fabiola is a Ugandan actress, Beauty queen, and television personality. … Prior to hosting the Be my date show on NTV in 2014, Fabiola became Miss Uganda West and the first runner-up in the overall Miss Uganda beauty pageant in 2013.

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