The Oyitangayo singer said that almost everyone had debts during the lockdown. Kusasira was however one of the few people who were able to meet the president and even got appointed as a presidential advisor.
She could therefore have used that opportunity to salvage herself from her financial woes. It’s a shame now to see her crying over her own decisions.
“During the lockdown, we all had debts. Catherine Kusasira was among the people that met the president and even appointed as presidential advisor. It’s shameful to see her cry like a child because of her bad decisions,” said Khalifah AgaNaga.
It should be recalled that Kusasira a few days ago was in the news shedding tears. She said that her house is on the verge of being taken by a bank.
She had used it as collateral security to get a loan. This loan was used to develop her car-selling business.
Unfortunately, this hasn’t taken off since people allegedly refuse to buy from it as she supports the NRM.
Kusasira also said that President Museveni no longer picks up her calls. And since she had no proper academic documentation, she hasn’t been receiving her salary as a presidential advisor.
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