People have been wondering how the cassava war between Faridah Nakazibwe and Justine Nameere started but here we have all the 25 screenshots showing how Faridah undressed Justine leaving nothing to imagination.
On Easter Sunday, 1st April 2019, Faridah Nakazibwe wrote serious accusations against Namere whom she claimed had tormented her and threatened her marriage. In a post on her Facebook page, Faridah said she was tired of keeping silent while her marriage risks being torn apart.
She said Nameere had been creating fake Facebook pages and sending messages to her husband, Dr Omar Ssali to portray her as a prostitute who goes around having sex outside their wedlock. In the post, Faridah attached screenshot images of inbox messages from different persons who claim she is unfaithful to her husband and a disgrace to her family.
In some messages, the senders inform the Dubai based Dr Omar of the numerous gifts that his wife (Faridah) receives from other men and also claim they have evidence to prove that she is cheating on him with other men. They also repeatedly promise to hook him up with other young and beautiful Qatari ladies so he can dump the “old prostitute woman” (Faridah).
“Now you think you can play smart?….. We are 100 times more smarter than both of you. If it’s social media, we know how to play it, if it is character assassination, hey we are smarter. You either go with our demands or wait,” a message from a Facebook page in the names of Ruth Ruthless to Omar reads.
The same people threaten Faridah with witchcraft, an acid attack and media stories to torture her until she gives up on the marriage.
Faridah who hosts the ‘Mwasuze Mutya’ morning show and anchors the Luganda news bulletin on NTV wedded Dr Omar in October last year.
Faridah sounds convinced that Nameere, a former workmate is the mastermind of the over 10 fake Facebook accounts created to feed her husband with false information about her ‘infidelity’.
“Am not so sure what your cause is… I am only seeing a woman focused on bringing me and my marriage down,” Faridah wrote, referring to Namere.
“You have tapped my phones, hacked my Facebook and email accounts, you have offered my friends money in exchange of information about me, stalked me on TV, office and along the way home, but still you can’t produce proof of my alleged infidelity,” she added.
Check out all the screenshots below: