THEY COULD be regional winners but argubaly the most important person in the lives of Esther and Ezekiel Mutesasira is missing.
Former female gospel singer, Julie Mutesasira abandoned her kids (3) and married a fellow woman in Canada as first revealed in January this year.
Julie divorced her husband and father of their children, Pastor Steven Mutesasira, late 2017 before she settled in Canada, abandoning her dotting children in the process.
Julie and Steven had been married for years. However their marriage was shrouded by reports of extra marital affairs.
Reports in the media then, suggested that Julie was seeing another man. However we have now established that she was seeing another woman behind her husband’s back.
“She asked her (Julie) to end the marriage. And since Julie was in love, she did,” a source said.
Following her divorce, Julie rushed to the United States before connecting to Canada to unite with her new female lover, and tied the knot.
And Julie hasn’t been shy to flaunt her same sex marriage.
She has on occasions taken to social media to express her unending love for her new female husband. In one post, she describes her as the most important person in her life and promises to walk with her forever.
The Mutesasira siblings last evening made historyby becoming the inaugural winners of the EAGT.
I1-year-old Ezekiel Mutesasira and his 14-year-old sister Esther Mutesasira won themselves $50,000 (Shs 184 million) in Nairobi Kenya at East Africa’s Got Talent (EAGT) finale.
Uganda, which had three of the six finalists, was simply too good for the rest of the acts from Rwanda, Kenya and Tanzania from start to finish.
Even with Ugandans’ non-voting culture for our own, the rest of East Africa recognized true talent and deservedly voted the Mutesasira siblings as the inaugural winners of East Africa’s Got Talent show.
When all the four judges; Vanessa Mdee, Jeff Koinange and Gaetano Kagwa, Makeda Mahadeo gave the sensational siblings a standing ovation, you almost realized destiny was beckoning for the duo.
Vanessa told the siblings way back at the start of the show that “something incredible is about to happen” and that it was going to start at East Africa’s Got Talent.
The audience screamed when they called out their names at the start of the finale show, also pointed towards where the prize money might be going. In the end, it wasn’t a surprise to anyone.
So assured of their talent and capabilities, the Mutesasira siblings challenged themselves even further when they went for Whitney Houston ft Mariah Carey’s When You Believe song at the finale.
It takes self-belief to even attempt; let alone tweak effortlessly and flawlessly this difficult song to such perfection as the siblings did.