Sheila Mwanyigha once insinuated that Lulu Hassan stole her man after he went abroad for further studies, and now, Rashid Abdalla, the man Sheila was talking about, who is Citizen TV’s News anchor, and also Lulu Hassan’s husband, sent a very loaded message this weekend, and it won’t be the first time that he has done so on air.
Rashid Abdalla has a history of discussing very personal things on air, as evidenced by his memorable 2013 interview with ex-lover Sheila Mwanyigha, which remains one of the most historic radio interviews ever.
On Saturday, during Citizen Wikendi, which he presents alongside his wife, Rashid Abdalla presented viewers with a question about whether a spouse should remain in contact with his or her ex-lover or not.
Through out the debate, even as Lulu Hassan kept giving veiled threats that she would never allow such an arrangement, Rashid Abdalla kept on saying how he would never be deterred from catching up with an ex.
As this awkward to and fro unfolded, the tension was palpable, and one couldn’t help feeling Sheila Mwanyigha’s shadow towering over the feisty debate.
It was obvious that Rashid was sending a friendly message, and perhaps, an olive branch, to Sheila Mwanyigha, and telling her that it was okay for her to reach out.
Sheila back in 2013, opened up about her life as Rashid Abdalla (Lulu Hassan’s husband) girlfriend. She was speaking to Rashid Abdalla on his segment, ‘Swali Moja’.
Mwanyigah was deeply in love with Rashid Abdalla. She didn’t imagine for a second that she could be the other lady in the relationship. Rashid was her first love, everything was running smoothly until he traveled abroad for further studies. Upon his return, Sheila realized Rashid Abdalla had changed, he was mean with his love to her.
She, never once, actually referred to Rashid, and kept talking about the man in the third person, as if she was talking about someone else. Only those listeners who knew their history could understand what was actually going on. It was amusing to see the two keep up the charade as if they were talking about other strangers.