Uganda’s Hajjati Kulthum Decries ‘Paparazzi Stress’ In Her New Relationship With Akram

Dr. Hajat Kulthum Nabunya Muzaata, the wife to the Late Sheikh Nuhu Muzaata Batte has cried foul of the press for causing discomfort in her new relationship with Akram Gumisiriza.

Appearing on a local TV interview earlier this week, Hajat Kulthum cited pressure from the media as the spark for her new husband Akram Gumisiriza’s untimely departure from Uganda back to his work abroad.

Hajat Kulthum revealed that husband Akram’s initial plan was to stay for another one month but it was ruined by paparazzi (Media) not giving them privacy.

The unnecessary attention by the press is what forced my husband to to leave prematurely. His initial plan was to leave a month later but with the media following us everywhere we go including where we eat from, I told him “Honey you can return to work,” Hajjat Kulthum:

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Sheikh Muzaata, a Muslim leader heading Imams in Uganda, head of Dawa in Uganda, Arabic teacher, Islamic religion teacher, marriage teacher and councillor died on December, 4 2020 at IHK where he had been admitted for several weeks.

Hajat Kulthum is one of the widows to the Late Sheikh Muzaata and had one child together by the time he passed on.

The Late Sheikh Nuhu Muzaata Batte


In December 2020, Hajjat Kulthum introduced Akram Gumisiriza to her parents, a move that a mammoth of social media in-laws have criticized.

However, Hajjat Kulthum and Akram have proved unbothered by critics after all in Islam, a widow is given four months and ten days to mourn her husband before she can remarry.


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