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Sheilah Gashumba Says South Africa Need Museveni As President

Socialite Sheilah Gashumba has said South Africa should have had Museveni as their president. According to her, all the chaos taking place there would now be history.

“I think SouthAfrica needs @KagutaMuseveni as President, this chaos in SA wouldn’t be happening 🌚🌚 One thing about @KagutaMuseveni is, he would have everything in control. @CyrilRamaphosa should call him for some advice!! It’s heartbreaking watching the riot videos.” Sheilah Gashumba tweeted.

Obviously most people reacted negatively to her tweet. For them, it’s an abomination to even think of such a thing.

“South africa at least has some democracy. Cops and army value people’s lives, not like Uganda where they abuse human rights.
Big up to SA security services,” a one Tabbu replied.

“I would rather (if I were you of course) not engage in mature reasoning and only focus on bars, clubs and entertainment.” a one silver reacted.

However, there are some who seconded Gashumba’s post. According to them, Museveni can’t let the unrest happening in South Africa take place in Uganda just like that.

“I must say I usually don’t find ur content worth my time but for the first time in a long time, u have posted exactly what is right… This would not last more than 2days in Uganda in fact LDUs of Uganda can restore order in SA.”

South Africa has been having unrest since their former president Zuma was jailed.

His foundation promised no peace until Zuma is release from jail

“Peace and stability in South Africa is directly linked to the release of President Zuma with immediate effect. The violence could have been avoided. It started with the decision of the constitutional court to detain president Zuma … This is what gave anger to the people,” Mzwanele Manyi, spokesperson for the foundation said.

People have been looting warehouses and supermarkets with no one touching them. Over 70 people have so far died during these riots and about 1,234 people have been arrested by South Africa police.

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