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MP Francis Zaake Stings Gravity Omutujju

MP Francis Zaake Stings Gravity Omutujju

National Unity Platform NUP member of Parliament MP Zaake Francis has stung local singer Gravity Omutujju. He said as NUP, they will not be able to give the singer time, they have so many other important things to do.

Omutujju came out and started demanding for a hospital from NUP president Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu also known as Bobi Wine. He said Bobi Wine has enough money but hasn’t given people around him anything.

The singer didn’t only stop at demanding for a hospital, he also told Bobi Wine where he wants it built. He asked Mr. Wine to offer his Busabala beach land because it is big enough for a hospital.

However, Mr. Wine personally didn’t respond but the fans did. They called Gravity out telling him to stop stressing Bobi Wine.

Others said the singer needs to demand a hospital from the government, not an individual no matter how much money the person has. Hon Francis Zaake is among those who said Gravity shouldn’t expect any of the NUP members to respond to him anytime.

He said there are many people like Gravitty Omutujju that will come out but no one is going to give them time.

“We will not give Gravity time, and we have other things to focus on. Many like him will come up, but still, we won’t give them our focus,”he said.

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