- A no-nonsense university professor and activist has courted controversy after insulting a president’s wife
- The professor, a vocal rabble rouser used heavy words to embarrass the First Lady
Controversial Ugandan professor and human rights champion has picked a fight with the country’s First Lady, who doubles up as the Minister of Education.
Stella Nyanzi, a controversy magnet recently took to her social media pages and initiated a dirty altercation with Yoweri Museveni’s wife Janet Museveni.
Using heavy and unsavory words, Stella criticized Janet Museveni for asking parents to stop cramming more than two children on motorcycles, famously known as Bodabodas.
Instead of retaliating with an equally distasteful attack, Janet proved to be the ‘mature’ one between the two by forgiving her no-so-friendly compatriot.
‘’I have received reports about Dr. Stella Nyanzi insulting me. I want to tell Ugandans that I forgive her,’’ Janet tweeted.
In her usual untamed demeanor, Stella pounced back at the Uganda’s First Lady with a long and ‘shaddy’ social media post.
Stella said she could not accept Janet’s apology because her husband, Yoweri Museveni caused the death of his father.
‘’She with a brain tinier than her narrow * dared to forgive me with the big wide twin-producing *. I reject her forgiveness.,’ Stella Nyanzi wrote.
‘’Did I seek her forgiveness in 2014 when my father, a medical doctor, died from failure to find medicine in a PHC III facility at Kiyumba village? He died that night on the drive to Masaka Hospital in search of one vial of essential medicine. If the Musevenis bought less bullets and tear-gas but more medicines for our public health, my father would be living today. I reject the forgiveness from her tiny * and tinier brains.
"Did I seek her forgiveness in 2015 when my mother, a long time NRM cadre and retrenched social worker, died from failing to get an ambulance to transfer her from our home in Kizungu to Masaka Hospital? She fell down and died as neighbours struggled to find adequate transport to take her to hospital, after learning there was no ambulance for her. If the Musevenis bought less enarmoured Black Mambas and FWD SUVs, less jet fuel and convoy diesel, but more ambulances for our emergency medicine, my mother would be living today. I reject the forgiveness from her tiny * and tinier brains,’’ she went on.
This is not the first time Stella Nyanzi is making regional headlines. The self-proclaimed anti-Museveni crusader has been criticizing the president’s administration in the most awkward fashion ever, including striping.