Frank Gashumba: Sheilah’s Mother is My Daughter’s Biggest Problem
Frank Gashumba Blames Sheilah’s Mother for Spoiling His Daughter
Businessman and social commentator Frank Gashumba has blamed Tinah Mukuza, the mother of her daughter, Sheilah Gashumba, for the TV presenter’s indiscipline.
Days ago news of Frank Gashumba beating his daughter Sheilah Gashumba hit social media.
Sheilah would later show a photo of wounds from her father’s beating.
Frank Gashumba also admitted he had beaten his daughter to discipline her.
And speaking to Spark TV Friday night, Frank Gashumba turned guns to Sheilah’s mother Tinah Mukuza for his daughter’s indiscipline explanation.
“I have been Sheila’s mother. I have been her father. I have been her manager and I have to protect her brand. That girl used to be loyal. She was like an AK47. It doesn’t jam,” said Frank Gashumba.
“Her mother and those around her are the problem. Her mother failed to do her job and abandoned Sheila with me. Do you know what it means investing everything you have for 20 years and in the end you make losses? The mothers are responsible for making or breaking their daughters,” he added.
Frank Gashumba: Unra Boss Allen Kagina Advised Me to be strict on Sheilah
He also wondered why most parents had become so negligent.
Gashumba also revealed that Uganda National Roads Authority executive director Allen Kagina had advised him to discipline Sheilah because she saw a great future in her.
“I see some girls renting at the age of 18. I find that weird and abominable. These are some of the reasons as to why we have so many single mothers these days,” said Gashumba.
“Some of the prominent figures we admire now in Uganda were brought up on canes. Do you know that UNRA boss Allen Kagina also asked me to protect her saying she saw a big future in her?”
Frank Gashumba Blasts Human Rights Activists on Beating Sheilah Gashumba
Frank Gashumba also had no kind words for human rights activists attacking him for beating Sheilah Gashumba.
“My fight with Sheila happened on Monday and ended there. I’m simply trying to do what’s good for her. I have taken it to bishops for prayers,” said Gashumba.
“I hear human rights activists. You want to run my home like you even know what type of toothpaste or lotion she uses. If we issues in my family, we shall sort them by ourselves.”
He added: “I don’t need rights activists and government to tell me what to do. Some of those so called human rights activists are not parents. Most of them are not even married and don’t even have children.”