Socialite and Businessman Meddie Ssentongo advises his baby mama to stop going around the media exposing issues concerning their child.

Recently, 26-year-old slay queen only identified as Suzan accused city socialite Meddie Ssentongo of barring her from accessing their six-year-old child.

It is reported that the pair met several years ago and used to hang out in different places, chopping money and toasting to life to the fullest.

The end result saw Suzan ballooned and she eventually gave birth to a bouncing baby boy. Their relationship was reportedly cut short when Sentongo ditched her for another younger beautiful slay queen.

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She has since found a hard time seeing her son to a point of contacting the Minister of State for Youth and Children Affairs, Hon. Florence Nakiwala Kiyingi to get involved in the matter.

She accuses Meddie Ssentongo of continuously denying her access and rights of being a mother to her boy for about five consecutive years.

Over the weekend, Suzan revealed that she was forced to run to the media to report how Meddie Ssentongo blocked her parents and herself from seeing her child.

In a video seen by this website, Ssentongo advised Suzan to stop running to the media seeking to see her son because there are various other avenues she can used to achieve her wish.

He begs that Suzan considers her son’s future and stops exposing him in the media because it is also against the norms and culture of Baganda to expose private affairs in the public.

I beg that woman to stop exposing the issues of the child in media. If she honestly wants to see the child, especially if her intentions are not bad, what takes her to television stations yet there are several other ways she can use to see the child?

She has not cared about where the child schools from, his future, she thinks that the life she has lived is what the child must live as well. That is wrong. It is not right to expose a child in the media according to our Buganda culture.

Meddie Ssentongo

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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