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Sad! Zari Hassan Emotionally Opens up on Being Subjected to an Abusive Marriage

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It has been a worrying trend as the world witnesses violence and physical abuse against women from their husbands.

Sadly, it is not even among the commoners, this is being witnessed among celebrities and public figures and one would stop and ask: how many of such kind have we not been told about especially for individuals not in the public light?

 It is a question that remains unanswered as celebrities across East Africa severely weigh in on the recent brutal attack of Tanzanian actress and musician, Shilole early in the week.


Zari speaks
Ugandan socialite and Boss lady, Zari Hassan has given her two cents on the same. First brutally censuring gender based violence against women from husbands who think they can rule and mistreat women as they please.

You don´t have the right to beat up a woman like a small child.
She bitterly expressed how majority of women will stick and stand by their abusive husbands for fear of rejection by their families and condemnation by society.

But she asked:

Must I wait for my death for me to speak up?

 The mother of 5 admitted that for fear of nowhere to go and separating kids from their fathers, most women will tolerate the abuse but this only shows how much you support the abuse.

Her experience
Ms Hassan has previously been married to late Ugandan mogul, Ivan Ssemwanga before later moving on with Tanzanian superstar, Diamond Platnumz before calling it quits.

 Well, it turns out that the South African business mogul has once been a victim of physical abuse and since she could not tolerate it, she left.

I have been a victim of physical abuse but it took a lot of courage for me to stand up for myself and say it is enough!

 Society was quick to judge her and wonder how she would dare walk out of riches just because of violence while that is what majority of women are dying to have.

I was called stupid. But none of them had the slightest clue what was gong on behind closed doors. When will this stereotype end? When will the right time come for a woman to say it is enough? There will never be a right time and the blame will only trickle down to you.

Wrapping up:

Say no to Domestic Violence!

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