Sheila Gashumba and her lover God's Plan and inset is Sheila and her dad Frank Gashumba
Activist Frank Gashumba has spoken out on his daughter's lifestyle, he says it is her mom managing her currently, otherwise, there is no way I could tolerate all that you see going on in her life right now.
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Sheila Gashumba, 23, started her TV career at a tender age of 10 working with the now defunct WBS TV, she was a news anchor and a reporter of the kids' news show. She later crossed to NTV where she was co-hosting the T-Nation.
Sheila Gashumba was later elevated to the NTV the Beat show and to cement her TV presenting skills, the Lil Stunner as she calls herself enrolled for a TV presenting course down in South Africa in 2015.
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On her TV journey, Sheila covered the Channel O Music Video Awards and the Big Brother Africa in finals in 2014 something she will forever be grateful for.
About a year back, Sheila fell in love with her prince charming, Marcus Ali Lwanga also known as God's Plan and since then, the two have been painting K-City with love, though, things between them are right now not clear, Marcus, has deleted all Sheila's pics from his IG account.
Her dad, Frank Gashumba was approached on the latest developments and this was his take;
"Sheila was meant to be in university this year, but she is under her mom's custody. I don't blame her, I blame the mom."
I raised her as a single parent from nursery to senior six and then her mom took over. I know she will be back someday.
Sheila Gashumba and her lover Marcus during the good days
"I did whatever I could and at the age of 18, no child had a better CV than Sheila's."
Sheila Gashumba is a brand ambassador of Africell.
"I am proud to have raised a child that everyone in the country admires, however, I stopped managing her last year, she is above 18. Sheila is being managed by her mother, that is why you see that her actions lately are contrary to our values."