KAMPALA – Ugandan gospel singer and politician Judith Babirye has opened up and shared her emotional experience with Gender Based Violence which left her with traumatizing memories.
Through her socials this week, Judith Babirye revealed how GBV has left her with side effects she can’t
ignore including depression, anxiety, panic attacks, fear and nightmares.
“Daily , I struggle with depression, anxiety, constant panic attacks and fear and nightmares. I have been there and yes, am on the long road to recovery, it’s still a long way” Judith Babirye said.
Even when she has to hide her tears trying to forget her bad past, the former legislator has chosen to
speak out against GBV because there are many other women who are going through it.
“No woman should go through what I went through or any form of violence. I stand with you, I see you, support, love and seek God to protect you” Judith Babirye shared. She went ahead to encourage the community to open their eyes and arms to kindly embrace and support GBV survivors with love.
It’s reported that Judith Babirye first marriage failed because of GBV and she moved on with Paul Musoke Sebulime how we years later in 2018 their marriage hit the rocks on the same grounds pushing the singer into a wave of depression hence getting of the music and political scene.