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VIRAL VIDEO! 70-Year-Old Hajji Accuses Son Akram’s Wife of Betrayal, Says Son Misappropriated Ugx100m



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Social media has erupted over a dramatic video clip showing a heated argument between a 70-year-old man and his daughter-in-law at Blaize Interior, a popular interior design shop in Kampala. The elderly man, known as Hajji, confronted the woman, accusing her of being complicit in his son Akram’s alleged betrayal.

The crux of the dispute stems from Hajji’s claim that Akram misappropriated 100 million shillings from him. According to Hajji, his son used the money to acquire the interior design business and installed his wife as the manager. The business thrived, and the couple even bought a new car.

However, Hajji’s grievances escalated when he alleged that despite their newfound success, the couple refused to drive him to the hospital for his cancer treatment. The viral video captures Hajji’s frustration as he blames his daughter-in-law for the strained relationship with his son. In the clip, Hajji can be seen hurling harsh words at her, expressing his anger and disappointment.

This incident has ignited a widespread discussion on social media, with many users weighing in on the family drama. Reactions online have been mixed:


Some users expressed sympathy for Hajji, emphasizing the moral obligation of adult children to care for their aging parents, especially when the parent is facing a serious health condition like cancer.

WATCH VIDEO HERE: https://x.com/M_B_U_G_A/status/1802742095473508772

Others criticized the public nature of the confrontation, suggesting that such personal matters should be resolved privately. They also pointed out that the details of the financial dispute are still unclear, and it’s unfair to jump to conclusions without knowing the full story.

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