Winnie Nwagi’s father Henry Kabiito has come out to advise her daughter to leave the Swangz Avenue music label.
Mr Kabiito feels that the label is holding her back from amounting to her full potential.
Nwagi got signed to Swangz Avenue in 2014 after impressing at the Coca-Cola rated next show where Swangz Avenue part owner Benon Mugumbya was a judge.
She has gone on to cement her place as one of the industry’s best singers with a number of hits to her name.
However, Mr Kabiito feels that once her contract expires, there is no need for her to renew it and should simply walk away to a new challenge.
He even went ahead to say that he would manage her himself if she left the Makindye based label.
“I would advise Winnie to leave the label once her contract expires. You know you can never know what your worth if you become comfortable in one place. She should therefore seek another challenge because she’s even being exploited. I can manage her or assign her to some of my friends to manage her.” Mr Kabiito told NBS’ Uncuts show.
Mr Kabiito also showed his disappointment in city businessman Hamis Kiggundu popularly known as Ham for donating money to the government to buy vaccines.
Ham a few days ago handed over cash worth Ugx 530 million to the government to purchase COVID 19 vaccines.
However Nwagi’s father felt that he could have used the money to buy vaccines for the people in Kampala since they are his direct beneficiaries.