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I Have 18 Children So Far But My Target is to Have 30 Kids Before I Die – Lwasa

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Emmanuel Lwasa Kaweesi, a well-known figure in Masaka, recently shared some surprising news about his family life. Despite facing financial challenges that led to significant losses, including property, due to overwhelming debts, Lwasa revealed that he currently has 18 children – 10 boys and 8 girls. What’s even more astonishing is his ambition to expand his family to a whopping 30 offspring.

Despite his financial setbacks, Lwasa remains steadfast in his desire to build a large and closely bonded family. However, his latest revelation comes at a time when he’s grappling with substantial financial turmoil resulting from billions in loans.

In a candid interview, Lwasa also opened up about his youngest child, born to his former partner, Angel. Interestingly, he admitted to never having physically seen the newborn. Instead, he received a solitary photo of the child via WhatsApp, leaving him perplexed about his role in the child’s life and questioning the child’s paternity.

Lwasa’s relationship with Angel has been marked by turbulence, beginning with their traditional wedding in 2021 following his separation from television presenter Diana Nabatanzi. The birth of their child further complicated their already strained relationship, with Lwasa expressing regret over his lack of involvement in the childbirth process and his inability to confirm his paternity.

As Lwasa navigates through his financial challenges and strives to achieve his ambitious goal of expanding his family, his personal life continues to be a subject of intrigue and speculation.

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