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Juliana Kanyomozi's son Taj turns 1, she still won't show his face

By Michael Nampala 13 May 2021 11:59 AM EAT

The I'm still here singer was yesterday celebrating her son's birthday on the day when President Museveni was being sworn in for a sixth term.

"Look who just turned 1. On this day last year at exactly 9:15am, you came into this world and literally filled our hearts with joy. I love you more than anything in the world, Happy birthday my king Taj!!"

Juliana Kanyomozi's son a year later

King TAJ at 1 - Juliana Kanyomozi's son turns one, HBD!!

Taj's face and baby daddy are still a hard paper one year later. While many celebrity baby faces were shown after 40 days, Taj's face is still not yet a public domain 365 days later.

From the pics that Juliana shared of baby Taj, he is a healthy one year old all looking glammed up in his sneakers and sporty outfits, with his face tactfully covered with a blue bucket hat, baby TAJ looked adorable.


As expected, birthday wishes came through and among those that wished baby Taj the very best on his special day was actor and Tusker Project Fame judge Ian Mbugua.

The fans still want Juliana to show them Taj's face while others are asking her to give birth to another one...

"Show us the face we might know the dad."

"So amazing how we never forget the time," another wrote in reference to the time when Juliana gave birth.

Juliana and her son Taj as he turned one
Baby Taj looking all glammed up

"I love you more than anything in the world, Happy birthday my king Taj..."

Taj is Juliana's second child after she lost her first born son Keron Raphael Kabugo in the year 2014.

Juliana and Baby Taj

Juliana and Baby Taj

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