Man Challenges Rema’s Engagement With Sebunya in Medical Council

A concerned citizen Sharif Ssentogo Nambaale has petitioned the health professional body to take disciplinary action against Dr Hamza Sebunya.


This comes after photos of Sebunya and Rema enjoying romantic moments making rounds on social media, drawing attention that she had moved out of Eddy Kenzo’s love life.


Sources close to Rema say that she took long to break with the ‘Signal’ hit maker due to the fact that they both contributed to buying their house in Seguku, but later on decided to move on with Sebunya.


For over 5 years now ,Rema and Kenzo have on several occasions faced challenges in their relationship but have been holding onto each other with the hope that the bad could get better.



Kenzo, who says he is now single but not searching after partying ways with Rema, posted a letter telling her to help him keep his land titles and car logbooks among others that he owns since he is a careless man who can easily lose them anytime.


The singer also said that he will not be fighting with Sebunya, “I’m a fighter hustler who is trying so hard to earn money, but not in fighting people, so I don’t think I can win this battle honestly speaking.”


However, Ssentogo in a letter with an intention to sue said Sebunya’s acts are unethical and against the Medical profession since he fell in love his patient who is in this case in love with a fellow Artist.

Through his lawyers of Nalukoola, Kakeeto advocates and solicitors Ssentogo said that he heard in the media and various social media platforms that Rema who was in a relationship with Kenzo entered into contract with Sebunya which is against the professional code of conduct of health practitioners.


Ssentogo says that he is a law a bidding citizen who was informed that the Doctor’s actions are against the laws governing the practice.


“Upon kind of instructions we hereby invite the disciplinary committee to invoke its powers under section 38(1) (2) and 4 of the Allied Health professional Act Cap 268 of the laws of Uganda.


“Our client is available for purposes of availing more facts to enable you investigate the matter and take obligatory action which shall culminate into most appropriate pancea as by law envisaged,” reads part of the letter.

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