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{UAH} Shs 10 Million For Anyone With Museveni Graduation Photos – Nambooze

Frank Mujabi/Annet/ Owana,

Nambooze finally asks the question I have always been asking for ages about Kayibanda's educational bona fides, The pot-bellied tyrant failed all his exams and never graduated from Dar es Salaam university. He first  started with Law, but was discontinued after one year because they determined he did not have the required  intellect and lingusitic ability. He was then transferred to Arts Faculty to do Political Science, a very easy subject that I can pass without attending a single lecture, and yet he still failed. May be Ugandans just dont care that they have been abused by a fraud. Kayibanda is a fraud in every aspect of his life, from his age, to his place of birth, to the identity(or non-identity) of his parents and their graves.. The man is scum and Nambooze is trying to out him. But it is too late.


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Shs 10 Million For Anyone With Museveni Graduation Photos – Nambooze

Mukono Municipality MP Betty Nambooze Bakireke has openly doubted President Yoweri Museveni's education, placing a Shs 10m prize on anyone with proof that Uganda's three-decade ruler is a graduate.

Museveni is said to have graduated from University of Dar es Salaam.

But Nambooze has asked for proof of Museveni's graduation from Dar es Salaam.

Speaking at Kasokoso in Wakiso at an anti-land amendment bill rally on Friday, Nambooze said she would give Shs 10m to anyone with photos of Museveni attending his graduation ceremony at Dar es Salaam.

The rally was attended by Kampala mayor Erias Lukwago, Kiira Municipality MP Ssemujju Nganda, Makindye's Allan Sewanyana, among other politicians and activists.

The group told locals to reject the land amendment bill through which government seeks to compulsorily acquire land for its project.

The politicians and activists described the land amendment bill as a move to steal people's land.

It remains to be seen if anyone will come up with the photos or Museveni's academic papers.

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