In recent months, little has been heard of Sheilah Gashumba and her father Frank Gashumba and that is because the socialite and media personality has been in her mother’s control since last year.

The Sisimuka Uganda founder has had a bitter sour relationship with his dear daughter for the past over eleven months as he struggled to correct her lifestyle.

In October 2018, Sheilah Gashumba was reportedly beaten severely by her father after returning home drunk. He claimed that it was his role as a parent to discipline his daughter and show her the right way to live.

A photo believed to be of Sheilah Gashumba that surfaced online showing injuries reportedly sustained after being disciplined by her dad

He came out later to reveal that it was the right time to be the tough dad having raised Sheilah as a sweet dad and seeing what that had caused on his daughter.

Since then, little has been heard about both figures until a video making rounds on social media showing Frank giving a piece of advice to youths at a function.

In the video, the social activist reveals that his daughter has completely turned into a shadow of her former self since her mother took control over her last year.

He notes that he is aware that his daughter is being wasted away morally but it’s because she is no longer in his care. He however plans to embark on a mission to bring her to the right path again very soon.

I raised Shielah from the age of one till she was eighteen years old. Last year, her mother took over and that’s why whatever you see trending on social media is not in line with our values but she will be back.

Frank Gashumba

Frank further revealed that he plans to start his own television show dubbed Frank Gashumba Live Show which will focus on empowering the young generation in ways that they have not seen before.

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Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

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