• Wilbroda and her baby daddy share a son.
• She keeps her son away from social media.
Celebrated radio presenter Jacque Nyaminde aka Wilbroda says co-parenting is not easy. Speaking during an interview with Buzz Central, the former Papa Shirandula actress says she is at a point where she cannot force issues.
"Siwezi sema sisi ni mabeste, saa zingine kwanza you throw everything, and you say, 'you know what, sitawahi kukupigia, I'm going to do this alone, catch me if you can but me naenda'."
Nyaminde says at some point one can decide to do parenting alone especially if your partner is not into it.
"Mimi ni mtu napenda sana furaha na amani yangu. That always comes first because I know this is the only life there is to live.
Nobody has been to heaven and come back and told us huko ni kupoa. You make your heaven and hell right here.
The moment nilianza kuona huyu msee sioni, kasauti kamepandishwa juu kidogo ambayo si kawaida, kuna kujam engine si ya kawaida, mimi nilianza kujipanga," she said.
Speaking during a previous interview on Chat spot, the mother of one shared that her son and the dad have a good relationship.
"My son and his dad are in each other's lives. Whether ananisaidia or not the child is his, give him a chance to see the child. There are also deadbeat mums. So do not deny a child the chance to know the other parent. It's wrong."
She revealed that she also contributed to their breakup by always having relatives around.
"I also contributed to the breakup. I think by the time one thing that contributed to our breakup was that I was with my relatives all the time.
My sisters were always at my house, I didn't see a big deal with it until later on after we broke up, he mentioned it to his friend," she said.
"I didn't see that. Looking at it now I am like, I contributed to their coming. I went overboard. I enjoyed their company but it cost me."
The mother of one said she no longer entertains visitors unless she invites them.
"I no longer entertain visitors even my relatives. People need their personal space. It's one of the things. You have to be mentally prepared to have friends over."