- A Makerere University lecturer is due in court for insulting Uganda's first lady in the vilest way possible
-The self proclaimed anti-Museveni crusader took on Janet Museveni, the country's education minister
- This is after Museveni suggested parents stop cramming two children on motorbikes when sending them to school
- Stella Nyanzi strung together unprintable insults when she took the fight to Museveni on social media
Makerere University’s controversial lecturer, Stella Nyanzi, was arrested on Friday, April 14 after she took to social media to insult First Lady Janet Museveni.
She is set to appear in court on Monday, April 10, where she will be charged with cyber harassment and offensive communication that all lie in the Computer Misuse Act of 2011.
She was also charged for referring to Ugandan President Museveni as a pair of 'assets'. Despite Museveni forgiving her, Nyanzi was arrested anyway. This is what got the bold and brazen lecturer arrested:
‘’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.
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"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,’’ wrote Nyanzi.
The lecturer has been an anti-Museveni crusader, criticizing the first family in the crudest ways possible, including stripping.