NBS tv’s celebrated news anchor Hatmah Nalugwa Ssekaya has provokingly blasted the overseer and founder of House of Prayer Ministries International Pastor Aloysius Bugingo over his comments on Robert Kyagulanyi’s newly imported bulletproof car.
According to Hatmah Nalugwa, there is no law in Uganda that rules out people like NUP president Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu from owning a bulletproof car. It’s however not an offense for him to drive one around the City.
“Dear Pastor Bugingo, The street-legal armored vehicles are no longer reserved for only the wealthy or governments. It is also not illegal to own or drive a bulletproof vehicle, you shouldn’t speak millions of words about the vehicle,” Nalugwa tweeted.
Dear Pastor Bujingo,
The street-legal armored vehicles are no longer reserved for only the wealthy or governments. It is also not illegal to own or drive a bulletproof vehicle. Emmotoka ereme kuboogeza bisukkiridde ate!
— Hatmah Nalugwa Ssekaya (@hatmahsekaya) February 24, 2021
Nalugwa’s comments came after Pastor Bugingo criticized Robert Kyagulanyi for his newly acquired armored car.
In similar news, Uganda’s medical Anthropologist and feminist Stella Nyanzi shared a poem on her Facebook page a couple of days ago. She said that Robert Kyagulanyi is selfish and only cares about his life alone but not for his supporters.
‘Bobi Wine thinks his supporter’s lives don’t matter,’ she added.
Many of Bobi Wine’s supporters flocked the comment section and blast Stella Nyanzi ‘You ran away from bullets. You are here catching feelings when another shields themselves from what you feared? See your life,’ Patience Paula commented.
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