She has delayed the release of new music. As a result, when she showed up on November 10 for her birthday, many anticipated a party and a new song. I’M NOT READY FOR BABIES says Bettina Namukasa
On the other hand, Namukasa displayed her altruistic side by providing a number of items to the less fortunate at the Mother Theresa Babies Home in Nyanama and the Bakateyamba Home in Nalukolono.
The two facilities received donations of soap and various food items from the Nu Eagles singer.
She was changed by the event. She might wait a long to have her own child.
“I’d like to start a family of my own. But after evaluating the situation at Mother Theresa Babies Home, I think it would be better to hold off until I am financially prepared, Bettina remarked.
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She also gave people advice on how to be more watchful and prevent unintended births.
Suddenly, on her birthday, Bettina learned a new family planning technique: staying away from the labor ward by visiting a children’s home.
Bettina Namukasa, whose song Emikisa gyabakazi never stops trending, was born in 1990 to Mr. Damulira Joe and Ms. Nassington Jane.
She is a born of Masaaki Bugonzi and she is single.
Emikisa gyabakazi singer began performing in 2013. She also participated in a few auditions for amateur bands before joining Da New Eagles, where she has been up to this point.
She was however encouraged to pursue music by her friends’ constant encouragement and goodwill, who constantly complimented her on her talent and skill as a musician.
Bettina has been celebrating and appreciating Mr. and Ms. Lutaaya’s assistance since 2013 since they have always been by her side to provide direction.