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Here is Juliana Kanyomozi's baby daddy

May 17 2020 06:10 PM @ugandaonline

Habi Moses, a Doctor by profession has been sharing hints on his Facebook timeline for his over 6,000 followers in the last one year, but little did they know that every time he included JK in his posts, it was Juliana Kanyomozi he was referring to. In one of the posts with a cool Juliana pic, he captions it as; Crush Wange OmuBwati...!! and in another, he responds to a comment of one who was congratuilating him on the milestone, though in his dialect...''Ekintu Twakimara."

Habi Moses and Juliana Kanyomozi

Dr. Habi Moses and Juliana Kanyomozi and inset after giving birth to baby Taj, she revealed the good news on May 13, 2020

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Star singer Juliana Kanyomozi is a proud mother to baby Taj a bouncing baby boy. The Nabikoowa singer broke the news on May 12, 2020 sending her fans into a frenzy now that no one had spotted her baby bump and even those that did, kept it a top secret.

It takes two to tango and therefore, the hunt for the man responsible has been on and initial findings seem to point at a one, Habi Moses, a doctor from Rwanda. He also has a house in Kampala.

He is now a father of two after the arrival of baby Taj. Habi has a daughter from his previous relationship.

Looking closely at his timeline, Habi has been giving hints to his 6,000 followers, though not many were on the same page with him, it only made sense when he eventually shared the pic of Juliana and baby Taj on his wall with this caption;

"Thanks God, silence is golden..."


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On March 26, he said a prayer for all pregnant women and new born babies during this pandemic only to add the JK acronyms, but it was not easy for many to link that to Juliana Kanyomozi (JK).


A week before this post, he went on to add how he loved babies holding his hands only to add that it was time to have a second one, again completed the statement with the JK initials.

Interestingly, in the month of September 2019, he shares Juliana's pic on his wall with this caption, "Crush Wange Omubwati."

"My one and only crush," when loosely translated.

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In August 2019, he makes this post which confirmed that JK was one month pregnant and looking at the timing, on August 15, 2019 when Habi revealed that JK was one month pregnant and the time when she eventually gave birth, it is about 10 months.

"Having a child doesn't decrease your value, you're still a Queen, JK 1Month," Habi posted on August 15, 2019.

The actual date of when Juliana gave birth can now only be revealed by her when she chooses to share the baby daddy news, and that is only if she is ready to open up.

Habi and Juliana's posts after baby Taj's arrival

Habi and Juliana's posts after baby Taj's arrival

On Habi's public posts, he made one way back in 2017 when he was with his daughter and this was the caption;

"Being a single father just makes me want to work harder to provide the best for my daughter..."

Most of the responses to this post were asking him what happened to the mother of his daughter, but he did not respond to any of them.

That was way back, but the narrative has now changed to 'Don't mind Juliana will heal your heart."

Baby Taj is Juliana's second child after she lost her first to Asthma. Keron Kabugo died at the age of 11 after battling with the illness.

Juliana decided to keep her relationship issues under wraps after failing on several attempts that included Kassim Ouma, a US based professional boxer who had made her convert to Islam, she had changed her name to Jalia Kanyomozi. 

This was after composing the Nabikoowa hit song detailing the problems she underwent with her previous baby daddy, Amon Lukwago.


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