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How to tell who your partner is cheating with

TV presenter Diane Nabimanya believes you can still find out if your man is cheating despite technology making it almost impossible.

Diane Nabimanya

"If a man tries to cheat on me with a phone, you will get tired because I will ensure that you have deleted all the messages by the time you come home. Because I will wake up at night when you are asleep and check your phone," Nabimanya said during SheTalk, a lifestyle show on Sanyuka TV she co-hosts with Sandra Lian and Mildred Tracy.

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"Let me tell you, these days there are apps like Snapchat, it doesn't show messages, they disappear. Then there is also Telegram [even WhatsApp has the same feature]... Let me tell you, on Snapchat, the person he chats with most, he'll add a smiling doll [emoji] on their name, that's how you tell the person they've been chatting with most."

She went on: "Then, a phone that calls him most, don't just check missed calls... check even the call log, even mobile money messages. Those numbers he normally sends money to... You can cheat, but please don't give away our money."

Meanwhile, some TikTokers who saw the video believe she is a newcomer, an internet term for a clueless person.

TikTok user naidarling2 said: "... newcomer 😂😂"

Cintah Stunner commented: "My Sister is here.🥰🥰🥰🥰. Am [sic] so capable of this."

Use tinadestiny75 noted: "All this for what [?]..."

Teddy Wanzunula commented: "Madness, why all that?"

Kabambi advised: "Make your money[, and] you will enjoy your sleep."

Able said: "You will faint one time."

Mwangi offered ideas: "We shall use SMS."

Mummy J🥰😘🇺🇬🇺🇬🇺🇬 said: "Nabimanya atuse okugwa edalu [has reached a point of running mad]… You joke with men, they even get a second and leave them hidden in cars whenever they reach home 😂😂😂"

According to Nabimanya, if you don't have access to your husband’s password, you can ask kids to convince him that they want to play games on it and they bring it to you.

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