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Rema Namakula advises parents on managing children’s social media presence amidst negative online presence


Rema Namakula, a Ugandan musician, has urged parents to make their own decisions about posting their children on social media.

Rema Namakula’s daughter Aamaal Musuuza has a heavy online presence and a following several celebrities yearn to have.

The songstress also often posts photos and videos of her and her numbers have won her some endorsement deals with top companies in Uganda.

But with the fame often comes a little backlash and negative criticism online which Rema believes children need protection from.

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In an interview, Rema asks parents to always do whatever they feel is right for their children but to take caution while making such decisions, especially in this digital era.

You have got to go on and do whatever you feel is right for your child. If you want them on social media, go ahead and post them. That is your child. The bad-hearted people will always exist whether you hide them or not.

I urge fellow parents to just keep on praying for their children because some things are unavoidable. This is a social media era, it cannot be avoided.

Rema Namakula

Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

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