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Doreen Nyanjura Reacts To Simon Kaggwa Njala Kneeling In Front of PM Nabbanja
Photo: Simon Kaggwa Njala Kneeling besides PM Robina Nabbanja. Picture Credit: Nile Post

Doreen Nyanjura Reacts To Simon Kaggwa Njala Kneeling In Front Of PM Nabbanja

NabbanjaDeputy lord mayor Doreen Nyanjura and other netizens have come out to react to a photo of NBS journalist and politician Simon Kaggwa Njala kneeling towards the Prime Minister Rt Hon Robinah Nabbanja.

This was during the burial ceremony of the late former Democratic Party president and seasoned politician Dr Paul Kawanga Ssemwogerere.

A picture making headlines shows Njala kneeling besides Robinah Nabbanja as they engage in a conversation. Nyanjura who is a vocal voice against some cultural practices was overjoyed by the photo.

She revealed that she likes it when men kneel too. Perhaps this makes her feel that such a gesture contributes to gender equality.

“You know me, I told you I like it when men kneel,” she said.

Njala might have knelt down as sign of respect to the Prime Minister. Besides his standing posture could have blocked a number of people behind from accessing the burial proceedings.

Kaggwa Njala himself reacted to the photo which was taken and uploaded by his workmate, Francis Isano.

A playful Kaggwa Njala revealed it’s time to take matters into his own hands since the Computer Misuse Act won’t deal with Isano.

“If the computer misuse law doesn’t work let me deal with this lanky fellow bare knuckle. Akasajja tekampa breathing space. Isano ggwe!!! You won’t see heaven.”

Meanwhile the burial had a number of Politicians both from the government and opposition. Dr Kiiza Besigye, Bobi Wine, Lord mayor Erias Lukwago, Gen Katumba Wamala among others were some of those in attendance.

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